Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

The Jungle Giants, Hockey Dad, Spacey Jane, The Wombats, Dear Seattle


band members

Nik Rallis - Bass Jordan Schumacher - Guitars Angus Purvis - Guitars and Vocals Kyle Sambell - Drums


Influences

Pinegrove, The Jungle Giants, Ball Park Music, The Kooks, The Wombats, Hobo Johnson


Website

Bio

Some say the best things in life are the people you surround yourself with and the memories you create with them. After meeting in their early life and developing a bond throughout their teenage years, best friends Jordan, Nik, Kyle & Angus have an existence of fond memories together, culminating in their band Don't Bring Stacey.

In the years that followed, the boys have fostered their love for indie / alt rock, skating, and of course the finest, coldest brew of freshly squeezed, sweet, sweet lemonade. Drawing inspiration from their experiences, the group have gone on to release multiple singles that express their vitality, their ups and downs and their lust for life in the most creative form.

As performers the band has become a regular occurrence on the Adelaide gig circuit, building a solid reputation of high octane energy, leaving everybody in attendance a sweaty mess. Garnering an array of support early in their career from an extremely loyal fanbase the boys have grown to gather close to 100,000 collective streams as well as gathering the attention of industry heavy weights at triple J.

With a slew of releases on the horizon and a willingness to continually mature through their art, Don’t Bring Stacey are just getting started.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

30 Oct 2020

Triple J
45

VIBE CHECK!

Everyone vibing? - YES!? Excellent.

Big energy coming in and big energy going out. Brilliant use of dynamics, playful interactive parts and charismatic synergy equals good, good music.

VIBE CHECK!

Everyone vibing? - YES!? Excellent.

Big energy coming in and big energy going out. Brilliant use of dynamics, playful interactive parts and charismatic synergy equals good, good music.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

30 Oct 2020

Triple J
40

this one sizzles with energy and colour and angus' vocal is so striking! another ripper from don't bring stacey.

this one sizzles with energy and colour and angus' vocal is so striking! another ripper from don't bring stacey.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

05 Jun 2020

Triple J
40

you actually cannot deny this!

you actually cannot deny this!