Inklines are a three-piece rock band from Sydney’s Northern Beaches, forming in 2017. Since their inception, audiences and fans alike have flocked in droves to experience the group’s unique take on 90’s alt-rock.
2017 was an exciting first year for Inklines who entered Hercules Street Studios with producer Lachlan West (The Vines, The Griswolds, Walk The Moon) recording material for upcoming releases in between a run of successful shows. Momentum continued for Inklines in 2018, releasing their debut EP ‘Willing & Able’ and completing a national tour - performing in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Byron Bay. The band left such a strong impression with British India and their manager, Glenn Goldsmith, that they were asked back to support the full NSW leg of their tour at the end of the year.
‘Isolate’, Inklines’ sophomore EP would be released in the first few weeks of 2019 and showcased a band honing their craft of unwavering bass and guitar riffs, grounding drums and introspective vocals. The three-piece departed on their second national tour in support of ‘Isolate’. The tour included successful headline shows in Adelaide, as well as a sold out, co-headline show with ‘Social on the Veranda’ at the Catfish Bar, Melbourne.
‘Too Much’, the first single from their forthcoming 2020 EP received international play and heavy rotation on SiriusXM in North America and Canada and marked a continuing maturity in the band’s sound and composition. A biting and endearing guitar solo takes the band to new sonic territory and a rewarding, fulfilling conclusion.
Accolades for subsequent singles ‘Wherever You Go’, ‘Violet’ and ‘All I Wanted’ prove that Inklines have found their stride as they zero in on the release of their next EP. With all 4 singles being included on Spotify Playlists and receiving reviews that unanimously point to a band entering a new highpoint of creativity and song writing, Inklines continue to push forward in a time when many remain idle.