Sticky Fingers is a reggae/indie rock band formed in 2008 in Sydney, Australia. The band consists of Dylan Frost, Paddy Cornwall, Seamus Coyle, Beaker Best and Freddy Crabs. In 2009 Sticky Fingers played their first live show and released their debut EP titled Helping Hand.
The EP showcases the early sound of Sticky Fingers which is mainly reggae driven, and includes the songs "Inspirational" and "Juicy Ones" which were later re-recorded for their Extended Play EP.
The EP credits Taras Hrubyj-Piper for guitar and keyboard work, as well as Caroline De Dear and rapper Mute Mc for vocal work on the song "Lyrical Stoka". The band has been a long time on the road to success. They were fatefully drawn together after plucking Dylan from obscurity; Paddy and Beaker stumbled upon the anarchic Kiwi busking outside Coopers Arms Hotel.
Crabs and Seamus came out of the woodwork of Sydney’s Inner West, and the oddball five-piece was given birth. After a humble maiden performance in Harold Park hotel, they took to paying their dues on the infamous Aussie pub circuit.