Supported by The Dollar Bill Murrays, Elko Fields & Joy In Motion
Brisbane, Australia post-alternative rock outfit Between Kings play with an immediacy that
has been missing from most modern rock. The band has developed a palette of songs that
pour out of the speakers with emotional intensity and vitality. When Between Kings pick up
their instruments they aren’t playing songs, they are letting the audience take a listen to their
most intimate thoughts and feelings.
As if by fate, four boys from worlds apart met to form Between Kings – Nic Machuca
(Vocals), Jordan Coyne (Guitar), Jayden Marsh (Bass) and Nick “Tricky” Fanning (Drums).
The songs they created reach out and speak to their generation with inspiration emanating
from Nic looking in the rear-view mirror on his early life experiences growing up in South
Africa, surrounded by violence and crime to Jordan’s emotional passion from insecurities
experienced as a teenager, Jayden’s born showmanship from life growing up watching his
dad play gigs and Tricky’s desire to drum until there was a noise complaint.
Playing with a heartfelt resonance one minute, then mixing it with arena-rock balladry the
next, the band triumphantly uses melodic elements making it irresistible for rock enthusiasts
to throw up the horns, or even hit the dance floor. With the group quickly developing a bond
over their desire to create infectious rhythms and powerful hooks they bring together the
sound that is Between Kings! \^^^/
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