Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

Foo Fighters, The Maine, Kisschasy, 30 Seconds to Mars


band members

Connor Dougan - Lead Vocals and Rhythm Guitar Leith Dougan - Bass Guitar and Backing Vocals Tim Aslett - Lead Guitar and Backing Vocals Paul Healey - Drums and Percussion


Influences

The Maine, The Foo Fighters, All Time Low


Website

www.onemoreweekend.com

Bio

“One More Weekend are always up for a shred…, the wilder the better” says enthusiastic frontman Connor Dougan. Formed in 2015 in Melbourne's Eastern suburbs, they began work on Dougan’s original songs shaping them into their current style of rock.
 
Live shows started coming in thick and fast with spots on the ‘Double Lined Minority’, ‘The Beautiful Monument’ and ‘The Engagement’ tours, and after winning “best act” in the Knox Big Break Festival they were asked to play SA's Dweebfest.
Supporting acts throughout Australia such as ‘Skies Collide’ (Qld), ‘Bec Sandridge’ (Vic), ‘Halfwait’ (NSW), ‘We Set Signals’ (Qld), 'Ablaze' (Vic) and more recently Nautical Mile (WA), saw the band reach over 150 shows to date. Constantly developing their stage skills, they produce a tight, high energy, live performance.
 
Amongst all this, they completed their debut album. Working with producer David Carr (Kisschasy – Antiskeptic) and Martin Pullan at Edensound. The subsequent 12 track album, “We Used To…” was released, and their third video/single from the album called ‘De-Icing My Car’ is now available on YouTube.
 
Recently signing a deal with Sliptrick Records in Europe, they have a work ethic second to none, their own tour bus (which they sleep in when touring), and a driven desire to succeed.
 
With a passion for getting reckless and having fun, they are always up for an adventure!

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!