Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

The Vines, The Maine, The Getaway Plan


band members

Connor Dougan - Lead Vocals and Rhythm Guitar Leith Dougan - Bass Guitar and Backing Vocals Tim Aslett - Lead Guitar and Backing Vocals Jayson Riley - Drums and Percussion


Influences

The Vines, The Maine, The Getaway Plan


Website

www.onemoreweekend.com

Bio

Barging through the gates with their punchy, infectious rock is Melbourne's One More Weekend.

Formed in 2015, the band consists of lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist Connor Dougan, lead guitarist Tim Aslett, bass guitarist Leith Dougan and drummer Jayson Riley.

The band debuted and drip-fed a number of singles throughout 2017, including 'Boxheads' and 'You Don't Know Me'. In 2019 the band gave fans of pop/ punk and alternative rock all a little something to dig into with their debut album 'We Used to...'

Before the lockdowns in 2020, One More Weekend were performing and touring endlessly including an east-coast stint with Skies Collide. They also supported the likes of The Beautiful Monument, Double Lined Minority, Arkive and Bec Sandridge.

Now with their new single 'Talk' (Out March 5) One More Weekend are showing their growth and maturity as a band with this energetic, tight-knit rock number.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

09 Mar 2021

Triple J
35

you've thrown everything out there and it's worked, a catchy slice of pop punk!

you've thrown everything out there and it's worked, a catchy slice of pop punk!

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

10 Feb 2017

Triple J
30

Great to see you guys are still working at it since I judged you at that Battle of The Bands gig in August '15! This is pretty tight and I know you're capable of matching that energy through live means. Keen to hear the rest of this debut LP.

Great to see you guys are still working at it since I judged you at that Battle of The Bands gig in August '15! This is pretty tight and I know you're capable of matching that energy through live means. Keen to hear the rest of this debut LP.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

09 Feb 2017

Triple J
30

fun throwback pop punk!

fun throwback pop punk!