Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Tags

#surfrock


Sounds like

Drunk Mums, Skegss, Hockey Dad, Ocean Alley, Bass Drum of Death


band members

Quin Grunden, Angus Vasic, Jordan Lewis


Influences

Whitney Huston, Tame Impala, Magic Bones, Hockey Dad , 60's surf rock


Website

www.thegrogansband.com

Bio

The Grogans are three best mates from Melbourne, who play a variety of music, mainly focusing on a spacey Surf/Rock, however there are hints of gutsy blues rhythms and dirty grunge/punk driving grooves that completes their sound as well as even a cruisy, laid back reggae aspect.

The ever developing three-piece are rolling into this year on the back of a string of support slots and festival appearances, along with touring the East Coast in support of their double A-side effort “Washed Out / Ride”. And with the garage band adding riff orientated jams into their homage to the surf rock of the ’60’s.

With their 2019 release of ‘How Would You Know’ the band will be embarking on their biggest National tour to date, heading to cities like Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Wollongong and Mildura to name a few.

Have a listen to the singles and let us know what you think!

Here's the link to some of our stuff xx https://linktr.ee/thegrogansband

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

03 Jun 2019

Triple J
40

it's a warming, cruisy one to curl up with this on the couch in those lonely winter months.

it's a warming, cruisy one to curl up with this on the couch in those lonely winter months.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

16 Nov 2018

Triple J
35

get me to this house party immediately

get me to this house party immediately

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

12 Nov 2018

Triple J
35

This one didn't quite click for me like some other this band's given us in the past but still I'm convinced that they're ones to watch out for. Relaxed grooves and showing off some nice vocals on this one.

This one didn't quite click for me like some other this band's given us in the past but still I'm convinced that they're ones to watch out for. Relaxed grooves and showing off some nice vocals on this one.