As a contemporary punk band, Amyl and the Sniffers
are ticking all the raising mayhem boxes.
The four-piece outfit from Melbourne hit the stage—and downtime in their tour bus—with a heavy dose of Australian humour—all captured by photographer Jamie Wdziekonski for #GucciGig, a collaborative project that pairs musicians with artists wearing distinct #GucciEyewear designs. In the collection of black-and-white and color images shot on tour in California, the members are posing, singing and in one shot, under a vintage hair dryer. In every photograph is a pair of Gucci sunglasses, from 70s style pilot frames with yellow lenses donned by guitarist Dec Martens, aviators seen on drummer Bryce Wilson, and white rectangular and python skin topped square frames worn by singer Amy Taylor and bass player Gus Romer. Both Amy and Gus feature in the Gucci Pre-Fall 2019 campaign shot in Selinunte and walked in the Gucci Fall Winter 2019 fashion show. Amy and the Sniffers created a playlist on Gucci’s new Spotify profile, discover their ‘No Punk’ collection of tracks featuring diverse genres and artists including Prodigy and Born Dirty.
Listen to ‘Not Punk’ Amyl and the Sniffers’ curated playlist for #GucciGig on.gucci.com/AmylAndTheSniffersGucciGigPlaylist