Indie, Pop, Rock
Coldplay, Thirsty Merc, Powderfinger, Twelve Past Midnight, 5 Seconds of Summer, The 1975, The Strokes
Dylan Cattanach - Songwriter, lead Vocals and rhythm guitar Campbell Harris - Bass guitar Harry Verity - Lead guitar Andrew Barnes - Drums & vocals
Thirsty Merc, Powderfinger, Coldplay, Five Seconds of Summer, One OK Rock, The Strokes, Coldplay, The 1975
Ric's Bar, 32...
Black Bear Lodge
KB Theory are a Brisbane-based indie Rock/Pop band with hard-hitting, catchy riffs that will take you on a musical journey. Blending influences from Australian classic noughties rock with a dose of catchy pop, they’ll leave you wanting more. Taking their cue from the classic Australian sound of Thirsty Merc, the boy band sound of 5 Seconds of Summer and the electronic samples of The 1975 they have created their own fun blend of indie pop/rock and give the crowd a show to remember. Their desire to provide a beat to move will captivate and keep you coming back for more.
Formed in South Brisbane in 2016, all four band members have had a single minded focus since early teens, striving to make a career out of their music. Their backgrounds hail from Music Industry College and the creative arts QUT.
A very sweet line-up consists of Dylan Cattanach (Songwriter, lead vocalist & rhythm guitar), Campbell Harris (bass), Harry Verity (Lead guitar) and Andrew Barnes (Drums).
With the release of their debut single Lights of Tokyo in February 2018, the boys are looking forward to their hard work being realised.
"We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, debut singles only come once and when bands nail it, it’s so, so amazing to hear. One more example of this is Brisbane’s KB Theory. Their debut single, Lights Of Tokyo is a brilliant first outing from a band that has their head firmly screwed on and their minds set for the future."
Jake Wilton - AAA Backstage
"KB Theory finally dropped their debut single Lights of Tokyo as of yesterday and they have done themselves justice. I gotta put my hands together for this debut."
Jess Davern – Brisbane Playlist