Artist info

Genre

Metal, Rock


Sounds like

Placebo, Ocean Grove, The Plot in You, Bring Me The Horizon


band members

Jackson Bentley, Harry Coote, Benjamin Canham and Dustin Bayley


Influences

Don Broco, Grimes, Halsey and Muse


Unearthed artists we like

Windwaker, To Octavia


Website

www.rumoursband.com

Bio

Born from the desolate regions of Australia roars Rock/Metal outfit RUMOURS. The Melbourne based act have crafted their powerful sound over the years whilst sharing the stage & observing from acts such as Northlane (UNFD), Make Them Suffer (Roadrunner Records), Hands Like Houses (UNFD/Hopeless Records) & Hands Like Houses (Hopeless Records).

Rumours spent some time refining their sound and are currently unleashing their new product upon the world. The 4 piece have set to outdo themselves with their latest release ‘If Only You Could Feel Something Too‘, an impressive single showcasing the exciting future of this young act.

Review

Neurosis (Feat. Will King)

Rumours

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

11 Mar 2021

Triple J
40

a cool switch up from rumours as the heart and emotion beats out the heavy in this one.

a cool switch up from rumours as the heart and emotion beats out the heavy in this one.

Review

If only you could feel some...

Rumours

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

25 Feb 2021

Triple J
40

I feel like a total badass after listening to this. Packed with no hold back, anthemic power and it's next level. Massive track.

I feel like a total badass after listening to this. Packed with no hold back, anthemic power and it's next level. Massive track.

Review

If only you could feel some...

Rumours

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

19 Feb 2021

Triple J
40

It's requiring every ounce of my will power to remain seated while listening to this thundering effort from Rumours. In particular that section from 2:45 is thunderous and a brilliant alternative to the typical breakdown.

It's requiring every ounce of my will power to remain seated while listening to this thundering effort from Rumours. In particular that section from 2:45 is thunderous and a brilliant alternative to the typical breakdown.