Music is a universal language that connects us all. Explore the playlists created by the Fred Perry community over the years.



Introduce yourself.

Mike. I’m an Artist/Illustrator.

Describe your style in 3 words?

Polo-T, cardigans and boots.

What does the Fred Perry Shirt mean to you?

Individualism. It’s about living the life we create for ourselves. I believe that we should work on being our own unique selves and becoming our greatest version.

Which subcultures have had an enduring effect on you?

Growing up, I was greatly influenced by the Punk Culture. Remembering our roots that make us the person we are today.

If you could spend an hour with anyone from history?

Kurt Cobain; even though I know an hour won’t be enough.

Which music genre defines you?

At the moment, it is Indie Folks. It makes me dream a little bit more.

A song lyric that has inspired you?

“Existence well what does it matter? I exist on the best terms I can. The past is now part of my future, the present is well out of hand.”

“Heart and Soul” – Joy Division

Best song to turn up loud?

Anna Molly – Incubus

Best song to end an all-nighter on?

23 – Jimmy Eat World





Wanderer – Mogli

Inspired by the film “Expedition Happiness” Someday, I wish to live a life in a van with my other half and the best buddy anyone could ever asked for, a dog. #vanlife

Alaska – Mogli

19th July 2019: And the road trip begins here; a campervan, a very comfortable blanket and lots of Tim Tams.

Regional Echo – Jen Cloher

Journey from Adelaide to Robe; take me to a place where the road never ends.

Morning Glory – Oasis

7.30am at Tantanoola Campsite; waking up with the sun shine in my face.

Tidal Waves – Old Sea Brigade

Robe Obelisk; the sun was setting, the sound of the waves crashing.

Forest Fires – Axel Flovent

Driving in the woods; beautiful forests, sleepy koalas, runaway kangaroos and saddened by a dead fox in the middle of the road.

Let’s Be Still – The Head and the Heart

Day 3: In this stillness, I can hear the sound of life being born once more.

October – George Ogilvie

The highlight of the trip; when you are able to wash your hair on the beach after 3 days of sleeping in the van. That is the best feeling ever.

Linger – The Cranberries

Journey to civilization; The Great Ocean Road.

Heroes – David Bowie

Ride the wave of life’s Great Ocean Road; in memory of Cash, the Husky.

It’s Hard To Get Around The Wind – Alex Turner

Thrift shopping; denim jacket and a secondhand bookstore. $2 for a classic, “To Kill A Mockingbird” book.

Reflection – Fatherson

Back to reality; post road trip syndrome. The heart is elsewhere.