Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Hip Hop, Pop


band members

Chloe Wilson Jack McLaine


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Bio

“Kicking off Saturday in fine form was young Tassie duo Sumner. Exploding out of the gates, the R&B two-piece set the bar exceptionally high, with a set so captivating an ample crowd began to swell – an impressive feat for a relatively unknown opening act. Comprised of Chloe Wilson and Jack McLaine, the only way to accurately describe them is phenomenal. With an EP in the works for this year, Sumner solidified themselves as a world class talent to watch this year.” – Bel Ryan – Music Editor @ BEAT MAGAZINE (March, 2017)

Tasmanian alternative electronic duo, Sumner (Chloe Wilson & Jack McLaine) have “developed a keen grasp of brooding, addictive melody” – (Mixdown Magazine). With their blend of detailed electronic production, rich acoustic sounds and honest lyrics, Sumner’s compelling songwriting continues to captivate a growing audience. Recently having supported the nationally acclaimed Vera Blue, Montaigne, Smith Street Band/Wil Wagner and performing at Party In the Paddock Festival and Falls Festival; Sumner are fast developing their live show, ready for the release of their debut EP.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

21 Feb 2018

Triple J
40

such a good blend of organic and electronic to go with those smoooooth vocals.

such a good blend of organic and electronic to go with those smoooooth vocals.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

19 Feb 2018

Triple J
40

DAAAAAAAAAMMMMMMNN. How about this, yeah? I swear to you Chloe's got one of the best vocal tones I've heard in a minute and this track is sublimely cruisey.

DAAAAAAAAAMMMMMMNN. How about this, yeah? I swear to you Chloe's got one of the best vocal tones I've heard in a minute and this track is sublimely cruisey.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

23 Jan 2018

Triple J
40

i would never do the robot dance, but if it was ever cool to do and i knew someone who could do it then i would put this song on for them to robot dance to. there's something about the mid tempo bass and inner conflict that works so well here.

i would never do the robot dance, but if it was ever cool to do and i knew someone who could do it then i would put this song on for them to robot dance to. there's something about the mid tempo bass and inner conflict that works so well here.