Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

JORDAN FINLAY - Vocals/Synth CONNOR MCLAUGHLIN - Guitar ANGUS CHRISTIE - Bass Guitar VINCE KINNA - Drums


Influences

The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Strokes, The Turtles, M83, Pond, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard


Bio

Teenage Dads are a quad-psych-pop band with blasting synths, catchy melodies and a unique collection of music. With 60's and 70's pop and rock inspired tracks, the band are known for their charismatic live performances and immense energy, having supported acts including Northeast Party House, Radio Moscow (USA) Dumb Punts, Drunk Mums and RACKETT in 2018 alone, with shows booked with WHARVES and Ruby Fields later this year.

After releasing their debut EP "Wett Weather" in September 2017 on all streaming services, the band set out to release more music in 2018, with their debut album Potpourri Lake set to release on October 26 2018. They released the singles Devil's Jam, Fool and Sunburnt in the lead up to its release.

Check out their latest video below.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

01 Oct 2018

Triple J
40

What an oozey, jangly gem. My ears are very happy and full with great sound. And for anyone listening, you have got to stay for that breakdown. It's the tastiest thing.
Some moments remind me of The Jungle Giants and Two Door Cinema Club. The clip for this is TOP class too.

What an oozey, jangly gem. My ears are very happy and full with great sound. And for anyone listening, you have got to stay for that breakdown. It's the tastiest thing.
Some moments remind me of The Jungle Giants and Two Door Cinema Club. The clip for this is TOP class too.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

27 Sep 2018

Triple J
40

another rung up the ladder with this one from the young papas. it's a kinda 70s psych jam that would be great live and reminds me just a smidge of hungry kids of hungary.

another rung up the ladder with this one from the young papas. it's a kinda 70s psych jam that would be great live and reminds me just a smidge of hungry kids of hungary.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

01 Jun 2018

Triple J
35

this is a 'pull up to the beach and it's raining and cold but there's a bit of a wave and no one's out so why not go for a sad pad(dle)' type song.

this is a 'pull up to the beach and it's raining and cold but there's a bit of a wave and no one's out so why not go for a sad pad(dle)' type song.