Bromham are an eclectic 10 piece folk band that weave their broad range of instruments into one harmonious sound. Audiences frequently comment on Bromham’s joyousness, with music that emphasises family, community, and equality and a live show that features soaring group vocals and members roaming the crowd and handing out spare instruments. Comparisons to Beirut and Sufjan Stevens have been made to describe the atmosphere of the quirky big band. Bromham have been rapidly growing their audience since the release of their EP “Friends, Fame, Folly” in April 2018. From gaining a reputation in their home town for packed shows in loungerooms and backyards and playing a sold out “field good” festival to touring the south east coast with busy shows in Canberra and Melbourne and playing as part of a collaborative arts session for the National Gallery of Australia with young artists from all around Australia.