Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

M83, Vallis Alps, Kllo, Electric Youth, Goldroom, Yuma X , Tora


band members

Andrea, Daniel & Cale Suesskow


Influences

m83, Vallis Alps, Electric youth, Lastlings, Kllo, Yuma X


Unearthed artists we like

DanSuede, Tallowood, Ascella, Tora, Vamasi, Migari, Froyo, Golden Vessel, Mookhi


Bio

Niterunner is a brother sister synth pop trio based in Brisbane/Byron Bay. Music always underpinned the lives of these siblings, growing up in a musical household influenced by a father who had been a DJ and an owner of a record store in his younger years.

Strangely enough, Andrea, Daniel and Cale Suesskow only came together as adults to create music, escaping their busy lives as a Veterinary Nurse, Chef and Entrepreneur to create a fresh sound that reflects the laid back dreamy vibe of growing up in Northern NSW. Initially, Niterunner was a solo project of Daniel’s, until Andrea began writing and singing for his production in 2014. In 2017 Cale (1/4 of Mitzi) joined with the addition of drums for their debut live performance, crafting Niterunner’s sound into the energetic and nostalgic full family affair it is today.

Niterunner is often compared to the likes of Postiljonen, M83, Anna of the North, St Lucia and LANY, featuring dreamy synth pop soundscapes, soulful electronic vocals and 80’s inspired production. In their short time of live performances, Niterunner has supported the likes of Phebe Starr, Saskwatch, Jack River, Tiga, World Champion and Patrick Topping.

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/NiteRunnerMusic
https://www.instagram.com/niterunnermusic
https://open.spotify.com/artist/4jghAbCNXR59CaqozfMZbw
https://twitter.com/Niterunnermusic

Contact: niterunneraustralia@gmail.com

Review

Review by Andy Garvey Andy Garvey

17 Jul 2018

Triple J
40

Beautiful dreamy vocals! Love the way they play between each other. Lovely stuff!

Beautiful dreamy vocals! Love the way they play between each other. Lovely stuff!

Review

Review by Stephen Goodhew Stephen Goodhew

03 Jul 2018

Triple J
40

With a name like Niterunner I'd have been disappointed if this didn't sound like it could soundtrack a 1980's coming of age film. And guess what, I wasn't disappointed.

With a name like Niterunner I'd have been disappointed if this didn't sound like it could soundtrack a 1980's coming of age film. And guess what, I wasn't disappointed.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

03 Jul 2018

Triple J
40

Even before the two voices starting entwining so beautifully, I was sold on this one.

Even before the two voices starting entwining so beautifully, I was sold on this one.