Street Chant Profile

aka Mean Street
Max Oldfield
24 Sep 2013

Formed as Mean Street in early 2008, Auckland power pop trio Street Chant was born out of disdain for the electro-pop songs that were dominating student radio playlists, a sentiment expressed in one of their earlier songs, ‘Scream Walk’.

In an era when they thought bands had far too many members and too many minutes in their songs, Street Chant busted into the fray with a stomp on the distortion pedal, a beer in hand and a bad attitude.

Read more +
Frail Girls
On tour, 2012 - Alex Brown, Billie Rogers, Emily Littler
Billie Rogers
Photo credit: Photo by Georgia Schofield
Yr Philosophy - 95bFM In Session
September 2013 poster for shows with The 3Ds' David Saunders
Yr Philosophy
Street Chant - Pedestrian Support League (2015)
Stoned Again
Emily Littler
Photo credit: Photo by Georgia Schofield
Cheese on Toast interview
Street Chant - In Conversation with the AU review
Alex Brown
Photo credit: Photo by Georgia Schofield
Emily Littler
Photo credit: Photo by Georgia Schofield
Less Chat More Sewing
Sink, 2012
Sink
Billie Rogers
Street Chant
Frail Girls artwork, 2012
Salad Daze
Members:

Emily Littler - vocals, guitar

Billie Rogers - bass, vocals

Alex Brown - drums

Trivia:

Emily Littler also releases solo music under the name Emily Edrosa, recording acoustic guitar on an old 4-track.