Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Oliver Miller - Vocals and Guitar Jayden Lugg - Guitar and Keys Jack Bielby - Bass and Vocals Ben Whaley- Drums


Influences

The Japanese House, Clairo, The Band Camino


Unearthed artists we like

Stellie, Glowing, Hatchie, Pinkish Blu, Horror My Friend


Website

linktr.ee/dresscodeadl

Bio

Young Adelaide quartet DRESS CODE craft delicate, synth-fueled pop songs to soundtrack blooming sunsets and dreams. With less than two years behind them as a band, DRESS CODE are quickly proving to be an up-and-coming force leading the charge in one of Australia’s most exciting new music destinations.

Early 2019 saw the release of their dreamy sophomore single ‘Caffeine’, which showcased a clear sonic direction for the band’s gentle yet striking brand of indie pop rock, and received support and airplay from triple j Unearthed and triple j.

The release of previous single ‘Youth Culture’ saw the band hone their mature, honest, and charming songwriting, and served as the first taste of the band’s upcoming debut EP produced by Adrian Breakspear (Gang of Youths, Tonight Alive, Boy and Bear), due for release in early 2020.

On the live side, DRESS CODE have been stacking their chips supporting some of the country’s most exciting acts including Spacey Jane, I Know Leopard, Tyne James Organ, George Alice, Seaside, Bakers Eddy, and Mosquito Coast. The band are set to share the stage with Hilltop Hoods, Illy and G Flip at the Adelaide Superloop 500 later this month. In 2019 they sold out their first ever headline hometown shows, with plans to grace interstate audiences with their live show later this year.

Newest addition ‘Candy Heart’ charmingly arrives in time for Valentine’s Day as the band’s
first ode to falling in love and its intricacies. See it live when the band perform a special hometown show at Adelaide’s beloved “Cranka” later this month.

Review

Review by Gemma Pike Gemma Pike

18 Feb 2020

Triple J
35

Giving me some Ou Est Le Swimming Pool vibes with a healthy dose of guitars to anchor.

Giving me some Ou Est Le Swimming Pool vibes with a healthy dose of guitars to anchor.

Review

Review by Celline Narinli Celline Narinli

14 Feb 2020

Triple J
40

brb sending this to my crush

brb sending this to my crush

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

12 Feb 2020

Triple J
40

it's such a big, consuming sound. this one swallows you up and those lively instrumental parts in here add so much groove.

it's such a big, consuming sound. this one swallows you up and those lively instrumental parts in here add so much groove.