Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Wavves, Cloud Nothings, DUNE RATS


band members

Connor | Anthony | Daniel | Paul


Influences

Wavves, Cloud Nothings


Website

Bio

Sunshine Coast based quartet Pro Vita separate from the pack by blending soaring vocal melodies and big choruses with hooky garage influenced pop-punk.

2015 began for Pro Vita with a string of single releases in the lead up to the bands third EP entitled ‘Scattered’. The third single Julia released in May saw the band’s first taste of national radio play on Australian broadcaster Triple J.

Through Triple J’s Unearthed program the group were pleased to receive the festival slot to be the Sunshine Coast’s first official Unearthed band. This milestone had the boys play the 3rd annual Big Pineapple Music Festival to open the main stage for the likes of The Jezabels, Violent Soho and The John Butler Trio.

Front-man and prolific song-writer Connor Brooker has also been receiving acclaim for his other projects including Brisbane based band Bugs and electro solo project White Wash.

Pro Vita have had a blast playing festivals such as Brisbane’s Bigsound in 2014 as well as continuing to share stages with national and international legends such as Sticky Fingers, Dune Rats and Glass Towers to name a few.

2016 has started with a bang with the fellas touring with Byron lads PLTS through January and supporting infamous legends DZ Deathrays. 2016 will bring more touring from the quartet and time spent developing their sound further with more releases in the pipeline.

Unearthed in 2015

Big Pineapple

19 Apr 2015

Winner

PRO VITA

PRO VITA

Huge props to PRO VITA!

The Sunny Coast legends will open up the Big Pineapple festival for Unearthed in 2015.
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Review

Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

05 Feb 2016

Triple J
40

What a bloody ear worm. You guys really keep besting yourselves and it's so exciting to see.

What a bloody ear worm. You guys really keep besting yourselves and it's so exciting to see.

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

02 Feb 2016

Triple J
35

PUNCHY!

PUNCHY!

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

03 Feb 2016

Triple J
45

At this point we've come to expect big melodies and dynamic choruses from Pro Vita, and this delivers on those fronts. here's a quick high five for this being your best lyrical output to date too.

At this point we've come to expect big melodies and dynamic choruses from Pro Vita, and this delivers on those fronts. here's a quick high five for this being your best lyrical output to date too.