First emerging in 2020, California-based indie-pop band almost monday have racked up more than 313 million overall streams, uplifting audiences everywhere in the process. Their 2020 debut EP don’t say you’re ordinary, saw the release of popular anthems ‘parking lot view’ and ‘broken people’, which crystallised their sun-kissed style. After making their festival debut at Lollapalooza, BottleRock and Firefly, as well as gracing stages with Kings of Leon, Dayglow, Walk The Moon and Joywave, almost monday continued to accelerate their momentum in 2022 with singles ‘sunburn’ and ‘sun keeps on shining’. In the last year, the purveyors of future facing indie pop have toured North and South America, played a slew of festivals and headlining shows and more recently have released singles ‘coast to coast’ and ‘only wanna dance’, which have been featured on numerous playlists and stations, including Elton John’s Rocket Hour.
Daily J, the indie-psych band hailing from New Zealand, have constructed their own unique sound, offering blissful blends of warm swirling melodies, dynamic basslines and a subtle pop electronica influence that will have you swooning. After releasing their EP The Other Side, Daily J followed up with crowd favourites ‘Black Lagoon’ and the lead single ‘Left Me Like Summer’ from their debut album Venus Ate Mars in November of 2020. On a high of their sold-out Australian tour in late 2022, the band released their two-part sophomore album Slush Honey, featuring popular singles ‘Blue’, ‘Stay’ and ‘Tides’.
From selling out her first headline shows off the back of her 2021 debut EP Off the Rails, American artist Wallice has been named as one of indie pop’s most exciting new voices. She’s accumulated an impressive array of support spots on tours for The 1975, Beabdoobee, Still Woozy, chloe moriondo, Wallows and JAWNY, and is championed by the likes of Vogue, New York Times, The FADER, BBC Radio 1, Steve Lamacq, Zane Lowe, NME and many more.
Mia Wray is as powerful behind the pen as she is behind the mic, with a huge voice and lots to say. With widespread support from triple j, BBC Radio 1, Spotify, Apple and one Elton John, who plugged her debut single ‘Work For Me’ on his Beats 1, Mia has gone on to become one of Australia’s most acclaimed emerging artists and delivered a joyous rendition of MUNA’s ‘Silk Chiffon’ on triple j’s Like A Version. More recently Mia embarked on her first national headline tour and has joined Maisie Peters on her sold-out European run of dates.
Logan John Priest, known simply as Logan, is the embodiment of charisma. Hailing from the sun-soaked shores of SouthEast Queensland, the 21-year-old is a multi-talented singer-songwriter, dancer, producer and multi-instrumentalist, all rolled into one captivating package. His music feels like it has been a part of your playlist forever, a fusion of your all-time favourites and newfound obsessions.