Perth indie rock outfit Cloning are touring their new single Autumn Hour around the country in March, having signed with Melbourne booking agency Raida Artists. The group are riding high on a stellar 2021, which saw them labelled "the future of indie and alt-rock in Australia" (Tyler Jenke, Editor, Rolling Stone Australia & Tone Deaf). Cloning hit Melbourne on March 18 for a special show at Penny’s Bandroom, joined by talented local indie act CLAIM.
Formed by high school best friends Felix (vocals & guitar), Nic (bass) and Jack (drums), Cloning burst onto the Perth scene in 2019 after linking with Bevan (guitar); who met the boys in Perth and grew up in the regional Goldfields city of Kalgoorlie. They combine their love of various styles of rock music to tell stories of suburban isolation, tragedy and growing up.
This unassuming group of friends has since packed out numerous shows, picked up Triple J airplay and had hundreds of thousands of streams on new EP, their eccentric brand of rock endearing them to fans across the country.