However it’s their solo material that sets them apart: experimental jams such as Sirens & Take Me solidified their musical landscape, while hits Dust & Twitch garnered love from triple j & fans alike. In 2017 they were invited to tour with Alison Wonderland, performed at Australia’s biggest festival Splendour in the Grass, & played with Riton & Kahlo. In 2018 the duo released their acclaimed debut Hurt Like Hell EP, with the eponymous lead track reaching A list on triple j. 2019 saw the pair experiment with new sounds, teaming up with Jaded & Black Caviar on Slippin (via Don Diablo's Hexagon) plus new single Why Don't You Just Call Me. Both are set to go off on dancefloors during their May / June 2019 tour.
"A total sun-out-windows-open-volume-up discohouse thunderer" – Popjustice
"Antony & Cleopatra find beauty in simplicity" – Complex
"Bringing a touch of class to the global electronic music scene" – Pile Rats