Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Basement, Violent Soho, Luca Brasi, Balance & Composure, Endless Heights


band members

Audie Franks - Vocals / Guitar Mitch Raschke - Guitar Max Priest - Bass Guitar / Vocals Stephen Hopkins - Drums / Vocals


Bio

With an eccentric, raw and emotional live performance backed with a strong catalogue of music, Introvert is a band that has made waves around the Australian music industry towards the later end of 2016. This includes being featured as Triple J Unearthed’s ‘Featured Artist’, gaining spot rotation for their track ‘Everything Is Different Now’ on triple J, topping and climbing multiple genre charts on triple J/Spotify, and last but not least touring Australia for the first time with Birds Of Tokyo.

Jumping into 2017 backed by a new team with Chris O'Brien (Storm The Sky, Void Of Vision) handling management and Tom Johannesen (Northlane, In Hearts Wake, Luca Brasi) of New World Artists handling bookings, the band has started the year with a bang. Embarking on back to back Australian national tours supporting Balance & Composure (USA) and Hellions (AUS), along with a slot on Groovin' The Moo (Maitland, triple J Unearthed winners), Introvert have shown no signs of slowing down.

With a signing to Melbourne-based Australian label UNFD coupled with a new single entitled December following on from a national run with AFI and Basement plus an appearance at Brisbane's BIGSOUND Festival, Introvert are kicking off 2018 in the most explosive way possible.

Catch them on tour this November across the country and at January's UNIFY Gathering.

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Socials: @introvertpunx

Unearthed in 2017

Groovin The Moo

26 Feb 2017

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Review

Review by Mitch Alexander Mitch Alexander

27 Sep 2016

Triple J
45

This is like Blink-182 meets Rancid and decides to do post-rock. I hope that makes it sound good cause it's very good.

This is like Blink-182 meets Rancid and decides to do post-rock. I hope that makes it sound good cause it's very good.

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Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

29 Sep 2016

Triple J
40

Both their latest songs are impressive. I love the way they're harnessing and thinking about the aggression, and then channeling it through every inch of the song. Nothing's wasted and nothing feels empty about what they're doing.

Both their latest songs are impressive. I love the way they're harnessing and thinking about the aggression, and then channeling it through every inch of the song. Nothing's wasted and nothing feels empty about what they're doing.

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Review by Al Newstead Al Newstead

26 Sep 2016

Triple J
35

Lovin' the loudness. The tough vox n guitars combination sounds great (especially in the bridge/solo) and those chant hooks sink deep. Like a really heavy weezer (or just PUP).

Lovin' the loudness. The tough vox n guitars combination sounds great (especially in the bridge/solo) and those chant hooks sink deep. Like a really heavy weezer (or just PUP).