Tim Steward

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Tim Steward
Birth name Tim Steward
Origin Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Genres Indie rock, indie pop
Years active 1989 – Present
Labels Reverberation
Website Tim Steward Official Website

Tim Steward is a musician, singer, and songwriter from Brisbane, Australia.

Steward was born in the United Kingdom and moved to Townsville, Australia in 1985, and Brisbane in 1990. Steward is most well known for his work in band Screamfeeder which formed in 1991, of which he is the singer, guitarist and principal songwriter. He is currently performing in Brisbane band We All Want To.

In 2006, Steward released his first solo studio album under Reverberation entitled How does it end. Other bands/projects he has been involved with include Psycho Skate Smurfs on Smack, Lethal Injections, The Madmen and The Whats. He also played a role in promoting other Brisbane indie artists in the 90s through his record label Stone Groove.


Tim Steward studio albums[edit]

Screamfeeder studio albums[edit]

Screamfeeder EPs[edit]

  • "Felicitator" (1994)
  • "Closing Alaska" (1997)
  • "Home Age" (1999)
  • "Delusions Of Grandchildren" (2005)

We All Want To studio albums[edit]

  • "We All Want To" (2010)
  • "Come Up Invisible" (2012)

The Whats studio albums[edit]

  • "All Mouth No Trousers"

The Madmen EPs[edit]

  • "Thunder Egg EP"

Screamfeeder singles[edit]

  • "Fingers and Toes" (1993)
  • "Fill Yourself With Music" (1995)
  • "Who's Counting?/Sweet Little Oranges" (1995)
  • "Dart" (1996)
  • "Static" (1996)
  • "Gravity" (1996)
  • "Triple Hook" (1998)
  • "Hi Cs" (1998)
  • "Above The Dove" (2000)
  • "Ice Patrol" (2003)
  • "12345" (2003)
  • "I Don't Know What To Do Any More" (2003)
  • "Bunny" (2004)

The Madmen singles[edit]

  • "Almost Past Caring"
  • "Tower"
  • "Cool Kinda Kid"

We All Want To singles[edit]

  • "Back To The Car" (2009)


Tim Steward's solo studio album How Does it End was cited as Best Album of 2006 on Fasterlouder.com.au. Tim also won the Skinny’s/Rockinghorse Alternative Award and Ellaway’s Song of the Year for the song "Not the Same" in the 2007 Q Song Awards. The second We All Want To album (Come Up Invisible) was included in the AMP Long List and selected as a finlaist for the Q Song Album Of The Year in August 2013.