Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Punk, Rock


band members

Finley, Luke, Ollie, Diggsy, Harry


Influences

The Stone Roses, The Clash, Buzzcocks, The Libertines, The Strokes, Sex Pistols


Website

www.dopaminebandaus.com.au

Bio

Combining raw pop/rock gems with introspective lyrics about the emotions and lifestyle of today's youth, Dopamine have rapidly garnered a loyal fanbase through word of mouth and their kinetic live show. The groups lineup consists of Finley Miller on vocals, Luke Gregory on lead guitar, Oliver Whitaker on drums, Finn ‘Diggsy’ Diggles on rhythm guitar and Harry Wall on bass guitar.

Having met through mutual friends and appearances at various parties across their hometown of Brisbane, Australia, Dopamine formed over a shared appreciation of music and fashion. Within the first year of formation, the band saw themselves playing alongside the likes of Last Dinosaurs and The Delta Riggs as well as sold out shows of their own.

With influences ranging from garage rock, British pop and post-punk - Dopamine carve their own identity out of musical nostalgia. Having a handful of releases under their belt already including 2019’s melancholy single ‘Decide’, the group have just released their latest single 'Tonight'.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

23 Oct 2020

Triple J
40

this is dopamine's strongest one yet i reckon, it's nostalgic and emphatic and i got totally swept up.

this is dopamine's strongest one yet i reckon, it's nostalgic and emphatic and i got totally swept up.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

23 Aug 2019

Triple J
35

liking the thicker, dreamy filter all over this one from dopamine.

liking the thicker, dreamy filter all over this one from dopamine.

Review

Review by Jess Perkins Jess Perkins

22 Aug 2019

Triple J
35

The first few bars gave me some Evermore vibes, and there's some solid DMA's in there too. The harmonies throughout are so good, and the guitar really drives the song forward. I dig it!

The first few bars gave me some Evermore vibes, and there's some solid DMA's in there too. The harmonies throughout are so good, and the guitar really drives the song forward. I dig it!