Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Thrice, Incubus, At The Drive in, Something for Kate, Cave In,


band members

Jayden Beale - vox/guitar James McGuire - bass Kyle Brown - drums Simon Nelson - guitar


Website

Bio

This band biography is dedicated to Sir Robert Menzies (Australia’s longest serving Prime Minister), and the protein-rich substance we call milk. We are a newly formed, well-hydrated, four-piece rock ensemble from Brisbane with a passion for jumping and lots of sounds. But please don’t be put off; our sounds are good and our jumps are strong and balanced. For those born with the rare ability to hear through their eyes who demand us to describe our sound, the truth is we probably can’t. And if we could, we probably wouldn’t. Fortunately, we play our music live which means you can hopefully answer this for us. But first, let’s get some things straight. Guys, we’re not trying to steal your girlfriends. And girl’s, we’re not trying to steal your boyfriends. We can definitely vouch for the latter, although we might need to verify with our second guitarist. Who we are: James McGuire – bass guitarist and band theologian. Kyle Brown – drummer and lover. Simon Nelson (mentioned earlier) – second guitarist and backup vocals. Jayden Beale – vocalist and guitarist, lonely. Now, some of you may be skeptical about our intentions as a band, but let us assure you that we are not doing this simply for the money. No, we are doing this for so much more. We intend to set up extensive financial investments from our music’s earnings which will yield a monopoly of wealth. Words like ‘money’ don’t even begin to scratch the surface. Our influences are many, including bands such as Thrice, Incubus, Karnivool, Circa Survive – basically bands that aren’t terrible. Off the stage, our influences are primarily Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 and pizza. Wrapping it up, we actually are quite committed to making good, genuine music. We mean literally, bring your grandmother to a live set and we promise she’ll have a good time. And if she doesn’t, she can just go home.

Review

Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

11 Apr 2016

Triple J
35

This song is almost as good as your band name. It's a very good band name.

This song is almost as good as your band name. It's a very good band name.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

31 Aug 2015

Triple J
30

three stars for your song - it's a really promising start for you guys! Keep it up. a million stars for your bio, which is as lol as they come.

three stars for your song - it's a really promising start for you guys! Keep it up. a million stars for your bio, which is as lol as they come.

Review

50

This song is awesome!

This song is awesome!