Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

The Police, pink floyd, Early U2


band members

Surahn - Vocals, Nick DuBois - Guitar, Anthony Mitolo - Drums, Jed Smith - Bass


Bio

Adelaide based, Morals of a Minor (as in youth, rather than the musical sense) have been working hard and playing live since they formed in the early months of 2006. Since that time they have played shows and supported national and international acts like Dungen, Johnny Boy, Children Collide, Pharaohs and The Valentinos. Surahn sings, Nick plays guitar, Jed plays bass, and Tony plays drums. Having been comrades since early high-school, they hit the stage with intense passion and energy. Morals of a Minor have been selected by JJJ as a 2007 Next Crop Artist. In between playing shows in Australia, including a debut performance at the Adelaide Big Day Out, which recieved a review from fasterlouder.com.au, "It all started with local champions Morals Of A Minor. Oh my god, these guys seriously have the goods and maybe there were a few music industry people in the crowd checking them out." Morals of a Minor released the highly anticipated debut album Questions and Answers on May 12 at Rocket Bar in Adelaide. Buy Questions and Answers from any good record store or buy it online from the store in www.moralsofaminor.com and itunes from late May 2007. .

Review

Reviewed by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

04 Sep 2006

Triple J
50

I really like this track. Obviously. I wasn't hitting 5 stars just to get your attention. But the chorus here is a winner. Surahn's voice is good, and I can hear that early U2 sound in the drumming. Good start to their career.

I really like this track. Obviously. I wasn't hitting 5 stars just to get your attention. But the chorus here is a winner. Surahn's voice is good, and I can hear that early U2 sound in the drumming. Good start to their career.

Review

Rosie Beaton

04 Sep 2006

Triple J
40

top vocals and im usually running late so i could relate - lol for a band that have only been together since dec 05 you are sounding really good long live the afro rb

top vocals and im usually running late so i could relate - lol for a band that have only been together since dec 05 you are sounding really good long live the afro rb

Review

Reviewed by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

29 Sep 2006

Triple J
40

This is a really great song, I'm a believer. Lots of musical activity, some good changes and a great energy throughout. The vocals are the icing on the cake... across the board, this is hot hot hot.

This is a really great song, I'm a believer. Lots of musical activity, some good changes and a great energy throughout. The vocals are the icing on the cake... across the board, this is hot hot hot.