Triple J Presents


Monday 24 April 2023

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The Buoys’ emergence onto the radars of many more new fans in 2021 – with the release of third EP Unsolicited Advice for Your DIY Disaster – set the Sydney rock group as a name that could not be ignored. Landing on triple j’s Hottest 100 of 2021 with their single ‘Lie To Me Again’ (#85), it was a formative time for the Sydneysiders, that has been capitalised on beautifully as they grew into 2022.

The release of their dynamic track ‘Red Flags’, proved that the hype surrounding them was more than legit. Lucrative support slots for the likes of Wet LegArctic Monkeys and Dandy Warhols have brought The Buoys widespread acclaim, further driving the band to make 2023 their biggest year yet.

Similarly, 2022 was a pivotal year for Eliza & The Delusionals, with the indie rock favourites releasing their long awaited debut album, NOW & THEN. On the live front, the album was brought to life beautifully across numerous shows dotted along the East Coast, proving the group’s reputation as one of Australia’s most formidable and important live bands.

The group’s return to international touring in 2022 saw Eliza & The Delusionals tour North America, both as headliners and supporting the iconic Silversun Pickups; a monumental period for the band, who had been building up to bringing NOW & THEN to international audiences ever since they began working on the record during the depths of Australian lockdown.

Sydney formed three-piece STUMPS capture a night out like a flurry of Polaroids, from the larger than life moments swinging from the rafters in a club, to the tender flashes as the night finds its close. Full of sly, self-aware nods to Britpop and the alternative rock of the late 90s and early 00s, the trio’s contrast and contemporary ambivalence sees them evolve from a band that were finding their feet, to one that draws comparisons to Bloc Party, Gang Of Youths and Talking Heads. You are likely to have seen them supporting the likes of Tyne James Organ, Dear Seattle and Trophy Eyes, and across festival stages at Lost Paradise, NYE On The Hill and The Drop. Winning audiences over nationally via their countless headline shows as well, STUMPS have built a loyal fanbase since their inception.

Since Teenage Joans first burst onto the stage in late 2018, they have left every room they play full of brand new and soon-to-be longtime fans. Not only does this two piece indie/pop-punk powerhouse play beautifully crafted songs that have audiences singing along for the first time they hear them, but the songs are as real and important as they are unapologetic. They have shared stages with the likes of Amy Shark, Ball Park Music, Pale Waves, King Stingray, The Chats and have also been seen at some of Australias biggest festivals includnig Laneway, Groovin’ The Moo, Good Things…the list goes on.

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