A Melbourne dark melodic four piece original Rock ‘n’ Roll band with a dynamic live show.


RIP dear Louie

It is with great sadness to say that we have lost our dearest Louie the drummer. Our deepest sympathies and condolences to Louie’s family. Life will never be the same.

Online Auslan interpreted performance coming soon to Lockdown Town!

Due to extended Victorian COVID restrictions, we’re unable to perform LIVE at the Flow festival with an Auslan interpreter. You can however register free to the festival which will be online and catch some Auslan interpreted SuburbanProphets shows and videos. Just click here for details and free registration. There’s a heap of creative Deaf artists …

We’re back

Our first gig for more than 12 months is this Friday 26th March at Mr Boogie Man Bar Melbourne with good mates The Pharaohs and Half n Half.  For fans, friends and family from other parts of the world, we hope you’re staying safe and well.



Formed in 2014 as a three piece, Suburban Prophets have enjoyed some generous airplay on local, commercial and international radio. The untimely death of bass player Dean McGowan devastated all those around him. This however, adds to our story and amplifies the will to play live music and keep his memory alive. Suburban Prophets have evolved into a four piece with Jeremy Brett (lead guitar, backing vocals), Louis Camilleri (drums), Andy Fry (lead vocals, guitar) and Nadia Ricciotti (bass).


We are in full recording and live concert readiness, with gigs each week around Melbourne in venues like Cherry Bar, Mr Boogie Man, The Espy and the iconic Tote Hotel. A busy live show features various haunting, melodic lead guitar riffs and our enigmatic front man. Suburban Prophets are heavy, dark, reliable, efficient and ready to play. Suburban Prophets play hard and dark rock originals influenced by The Cult, Jet, Silverchair, You Am I and even Queen.