Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

Middle Kids, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Muse


band members

Will Tremain - Guitar/Vocals Tom Bowden - Drums Daniel Mulroney - Bass Guitar


Influences

Jeff Buckley, Silverchair, Muse, Radiohead, The Strokes, John Mayer


Website

Bio

Inklines have been making waves in the rock scene since their formation in 2017. Their perseverance and dedication to presenting their live show throughout Australia has seen their popularity grow exponentially, over the past two years. The band has also seen success in US/Canada through the release of their latest single ‘Too Much’, which received continuous airplay on SiriusXM/AltNation.
2017 was an exciting first year for Inklines who entered Hercules Street Studios with producer Lachlan West (The Vines, The Griswolds, Walk The Moon) recording material for upcoming releases in between a run of successful shows.
The momentum continued for Inklines in 2018, with the band completing a national tour -performing in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Byron Bay. Not willing to stay idle, they supported British India at a hometown show in Narrabeen. The band left such a strong impression with British India and their manager, they were asked back to support the full NSW leg of their tour at the end of the year.
Perhaps the biggest highlight of 2018 however, was the release of their debut EP ‘Willing & Able’. A 7-Track EP showcasing a band that thrives in melancholy and lyricism, with a deftness for penning urgent and memorable instrumentation.
Within the first few weeks of 2019, Inklines released ‘Isolate’, their sophomore EP, recorded during the same sessions as their debut. 'Isolate' continues the band’s penchant for unwavering bass and guitar riffs, grounding drums and introspective vocals. The EP and its lead single of the same title received strong reviews and airplay on triplejunearthed, grabbing the attention of hundreds of community stations around Australia.
Shortly after the release, the three-piece departed on their second national tour in support of ‘Isolate’. The tour included successful headline shows at the Crown and Anchor in Adelaide, as well as a sold out, co-headline show at the Catfish Bar, Melbourne.
Inklines rounded out 2019 with the release of ‘Too Much’, the first offering from their mid-year recording sessions at the local Housefox Studios. Supporting the single with multiple successful shows in both Sydney and Melbourne, the band also gained generous airplay across US/Canada, and they aim to continue the momentum with the release of ‘Wherever You Go’ on January 24, 2020.

Inklines are: Will Tremain, Tom Bowden and Daniel Mulroney.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

07 Feb 2020

Triple J
40

that chorus and the big guitars bumped this up to a 4 star review. it lifted me real high and got me soaring in the best way.

that chorus and the big guitars bumped this up to a 4 star review. it lifted me real high and got me soaring in the best way.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

04 Oct 2019

Triple J
40

there's no mucking around here for inklines, it's all uplifting and earnest rock and will charge those batteries.

there's no mucking around here for inklines, it's all uplifting and earnest rock and will charge those batteries.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

05 Feb 2019

Triple J
35

This one hits the spot - the spot being a need for a hefty wave of pouty alt rock.

This one hits the spot - the spot being a need for a hefty wave of pouty alt rock.