Brisbane quintet Waax have been making lots of compelling noise of late. Signing withAustralian indie heavyweight Dew Process and featuring heavily on the nations airwavestheyve been winning hearts and selling out national tours in the process. Supporting the likesof big time internationals Wolf Alice, Fall Out Boy and Biffy Clyro, the band have also beenmaking sizeable waves on the festival circuit back before mass gatherings were cancelled with standout sets at Splendour In The Grass, FallsFestival, Good Things and Unify Gathering, not to mention a growing collection of local musicawards and its clear to see the bands trajectory is on a stratospheric rise. Heres your chance to catch Waax in all of their glory when they take the stage atKingscliff Beach Hotel onOctober 31.
The bands debut album Big Grief touches on themes of anxiety, mania, cutting ties with old friends and habits and body image, to name a few. Itsdefinitely an outpouring of grief in every sense of the word, which given current world events, feels pretty fitting.Despite thedarkerthemes, Waaxs melodies and vocals are colourful and lively.