Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Pop


Sounds like

Motez, Golden Features, Duke dumont, Hood Rich, Ben Pearce, A Rambling Drunkard


band members

Chris Arnott


Bio

Most kids preferred to run in herds, shuffling through malls, hunting down cell phone accessories and gorging themselves on cocoa milkshakes. Over hundreds of days, through a process of natural selection, these impotent traits were discarded. A new human animal was born. His pack mentality was replaced with a new urge to think and act freely. The overwhelming desire to conform was traded for a willingness to stand alone. Alas, just as it has always been, the old world shunned the new and the boy was always destined to be Friendless.

While his peers lived normal teenage lives, trading pogs and hiding their erections from their maths teacher, Friendless lived in the shadows, watching and learning. He found that the only way he could communicate with the world was through music. As the boy grew up he developed a soulful electronic tone that was unique, like whales having sex on Quaaludes. The world finally started to take notice. The Friendless legend is growing; it’s only a matter of time until he touches you just the way you like it

Unearthed in 2019

NIDA Video Clips

24 Mar 2019

Winner

Friendless

Friendless

Shoutout to our comp winners!

They'll make a clip with the legends from NIDA!
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Review

Review by The Aston Shuffle The Aston Shuffle

12 Jun 2019

Triple J
35

Such a trippy lil jam. Quirky and catchy as hell!

Such a trippy lil jam. Quirky and catchy as hell!

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

07 Jun 2019

Triple J
45

Well that's my soundtrack sorted for racing as Toadette on Rainbow Road in Mario Kart 8 tysm

Well that's my soundtrack sorted for racing as Toadette on Rainbow Road in Mario Kart 8 tysm

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

06 Jun 2019

Triple J
40

it's like somehow jumping between two different rollercoasters. one is more thrilling, makes you sweat and move around in the carriage and the other gets you smiling and you can probs take the little ones on.

it's like somehow jumping between two different rollercoasters. one is more thrilling, makes you sweat and move around in the carriage and the other gets you smiling and you can probs take the little ones on.