Artist info

Genre

Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Jimmy Eat World, Taking Back Sunday, Knuckle Puck


band members

Jake Hewish Sean Degan Levi Dallen Alex McWhirter


Influences

Jimmy Eat World, The Wonder Years, Taking Back Sunday, Knuckle Puck, Angels and Airwaves, Violent Soho, Mae


Unearthed artists we like

Buoy, oh Buoy!


Bio

Yours Alone is a 4 piece alternative rock band from Newcastle. Although they have only just celebrated their 1 year bandiversary, they have accomplished a lot more than they thought they would've in just one year. From their second show ever opening the Maitland leg of Groovin The Moo to supporting some big name bands such as Everclear, Against Me!, Joyce Manor, Tigers Jaw and Closure in Moscow, Yours Alone have proven that doing things slow is not an option. With an energetic sound and a fun, fast and tight live show Yours Alone are a band to watch in 2016.

Unearthed in 2015

Groovin The Moo

22 Mar 2015

Winner

Yours Alone

Yours Alone

Big ups to our winners!

A round of applause to Fountaineer, Sam Wright, Yours Alone, Coda Conduct, Timberwolf, and Said The People who'll open up GTM in their hometown!

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Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

21 Oct 2016

Triple J
40

You do a good job sustaining interest over the course of a six minute pop punk song. That's the mark of a good songwriter, I reckon.

You do a good job sustaining interest over the course of a six minute pop punk song. That's the mark of a good songwriter, I reckon.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

23 Dec 2014

Triple J
40

What an introduction to Unearthed! This satiates all of my inner teenage angst. You should be called Jimmy Eat World Eat Your Heart Out.

What an introduction to Unearthed! This satiates all of my inner teenage angst. You should be called Jimmy Eat World Eat Your Heart Out.

Review

Review by SF23k SF23k

31 Aug 2018

40

reminds of blink... it's a cheerful piece of Californian pop punk, tho the vocals add an edge to it, very likable, well structured and enough interest to keep wanting more

reminds of blink... it's a cheerful piece of Californian pop punk, tho the vocals add an edge to it, very likable, well structured and enough interest to keep wanting more