Melbourne’s progressive prodigies, The Omnific, and Perth booking agency, Beardfoot, are thrilled to announce they’re teaming up to tackle the band’s Australian bookings. Consisting of two bass players and a drummer, The Omnific has created a wave of international interest with thanks to their astonishing video content that showcases the band’s unique song writing and breathtaking performances.

They recently dropped a new single and video for Ersatz, from their Kismet EP, released in late 2017.


Gaining interest and endorsements from reputable industry companies such as Ernie Ball Music Man and Darkglass Electronics, The Omnific is quickly cementing themselves as one of Australia’s must-see progressive outfits.


Beardfoot director, Josh Terlick, was an instant fan after the first listen of The Omnific’s 2017 EP, Kismet. "These young gents are absolute professionals and they’re product and delivery is world class. We love all things melodic and manic here at Beardfoot and are beyond stoked to add The Omnific to the roster", Josh explains.


The Omnific joins other Beardfoot rostered heavy acts Voyager, Osaka Punch & Statues.

Their sophomore EP ‘Kismet’, released November 2017, showcases the development of the band’s music over the year, demonstrating the cascading elements of the music they create. ‘Kismet’ walks a solid line between being an attention-commanding virtuosic release and a masterful soundscape of epic proportions.


The Omnific’s accessible style is for all music lovers; from those seeking to be challenged to those who simply wish to be blanketed by atmosphere, creating an identifiable sound and resulting in a strong, diverse international fan base.


With their online videos accumulating over one million views, and over 30,000 Facebook likes – The Omnific’s unique style is spreading like wildfire.