Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

The Beths, Camp Cope, CLEWS


band members

Katie Wright - Lead vocals, guitar Mia Neale - Bass, vocals


Influences

Stella Donnelly, Hayley Williams, The Veronicas, Carla Geneve


Bio

Your Mum Friends Katie and Mia are sick of iso and are breaking out with their debut single ‘Rails’! Rails is punchy and energetic, weaving you through the (all too relatable) post break-up haircuts and dreams for something bigger than the day-to-days.

Crowds have been yelling along since the band broke onto the scene in December, having since played alongside hometown favourites TOWNS, Teenage Joans, Glowing and Pinkish Blu (with many other exciting line-ups lost to COVID-19). Solidifying their place in the genre of “Australian Women Who Have F***ing Had It”, Mum Friends share the strenuous task of being in your 20s in 2020.

Quit your jobs and join Mum Friends at Jive on September 25.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

14 Sep 2020

Triple J
40

Charming honesty, kick ass spirit, catchy energy and great warming indie rock. Nice to meet you MUM FRIENDS!

Charming honesty, kick ass spirit, catchy energy and great warming indie rock. Nice to meet you MUM FRIENDS!

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

07 Sep 2020

Triple J
40

there's plenty to like here - the honesty, hooks, a collage / mismatched structure and a chorus that feels so good to sing along to! mum friends are ones to watch.

there's plenty to like here - the honesty, hooks, a collage / mismatched structure and a chorus that feels so good to sing along to! mum friends are ones to watch.

Review

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

07 Sep 2020

Triple J
45

not only are you Aussie women that've f***ing had it, but you've also f***ing got it. and by *it*, I mean something spesh and buckets of potential. you've channelled relatable frustration and angst into a stellar track that perfectly toes the line between straight-forward punk and charismatic indie pop.

not only are you Aussie women that've f***ing had it, but you've also f***ing got it. and by *it*, I mean something spesh and buckets of potential. you've channelled relatable frustration and angst into a stellar track that perfectly toes the line between straight-forward punk and charismatic indie pop.