Hailing from Brisbane, The Comfort was born of a simple idea; to explore the concepts of things that bring comfort to uncomfortable lives. Falling between the post-hardcore world of bands like Thrice and Circa Survive, and the more ethereal rock styling of Coldplay and PVRIS, the band have already made their make on the alternative scene with their debut EP Love garnishing over a million streams, and the lead single's video edging close to one million views. They have recently announced their debut album 'What It Is To Be'. When discussing the lyrical content, The Comfort's Liam Holmes says the album is an attempt to showcase the human experience and make sense of who and what we are. "No one feels the exact same emotion every day for their entire lives, that's not who we are as people, and as we've said plenty of times before, we write music based on what we're feeling not based on a genre. We tried to fit as many different things we've felt and experienced on this album, because if there's one thing to take away it is that no matter what you feel you are never alone."