Forming on the Northern Beaches in 2017, Inklines got themselves off to a fast start. In a few short years, they have twice embarked across the country, released two EP’s and supported Aussie veterans British India on tour.
Through these endeavours, Inklines have quickly generated a passionate following with their unique take on the sounds of alt-rock. Their debut EP, Willing & Able, captured all the atmosphere, theatre and drama reminiscent of the genre’s most prominent flag-bearers; from Silverchair to Bends-era Radiohead. 


The release of their 2019 single 'Too Much', demonstrated a band that had truly honed their craft and mastered their sound. The song received generous airplay on SiriusXM in USA/Canada, opening the band to a new audience. 
With no intent to slow down, Jan 2020 saw the release of 'Wherever You Go', closely followed by 'Violet' in April 2020.

A brand new year of music for Sydney’s Inklines has kicked off strong already with the release of ‘Blossom’ back in February. And now, the trio returns, backing it up with another strong dose of indie rock in ‘All Gone’.

As an indicator of the band’s new EP, coming out later this year, ‘All Gone’ is Inklines at their finest. The first song written as part of new sessions laid down with producer Lachlan West, ‘All Gone’ is rich in its guitar and melodic arrangements. The band has always thrived within the alt-rock space and here, we can hear those influences fusing easily with more contemporary notes.

Inklines are: Will Tremain, Tom Bowden and Daniel Mulroney.