Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

Arctic Monkeys, Catfish and The Bottlemen, The Strokes, Oasis, Nothing But Thieves, Muse


band members

Will Wright: Guitar and Vocals Frankie Wright: Drums Lawson Hansberry: Bass


Influences

Arctic Monkeys, Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Strokes, Frank Ocean, Nothing but thieves, Oasis


Unearthed artists we like

Post Fiction, Alium, Treehouse Casino


Bio

Choosing Sides are a young indie band based in Brighton, South Australia. The band, made up of brothers Frankie and Will and their mate Lawson, formed in 2016 when they met at Brighton Secondary School. With a passion for performing, the trio pumps out a heap of versatile and contrasting material which can be enjoyed by almost every audience. Choosing Sides aim to put their tunes on your playlist and share their music with the world!

I am giving you the hot tip, check these lads out when they play their next show as the fire is burning strong within this trio and i'm predicting they'll have already supported an international act, gone interstate for shows or embarked on a mini tour by the end of next year! Possibly all 3!" - Shane Hoffmann: All Over Adelaide "

Review

Review by Dan Condon Dan Condon

22 Mar 2019

Triple J
35

This ends up being way more fun than I was expecting from the intro! Huge promise here.

This ends up being way more fun than I was expecting from the intro! Huge promise here.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

13 Mar 2019

Triple J
35

There's plenty of spirit in this appealing indie rock track. Could be a local act to keep an eye on.

There's plenty of spirit in this appealing indie rock track. Could be a local act to keep an eye on.

Review

Review by Queer As Fvck Queer As Fvck

25 Mar 2019

50

This song throws it back to a simpler time, it's nostalgic, it's a song you have to sing along to. A coming of age a song for any occasion, Indie rock is alive and well.

This song throws it back to a simpler time, it's nostalgic, it's a song you have to sing along to. A coming of age a song for any occasion, Indie rock is alive and well.