Dosed Single Launch with The Bonnie Doons

Dosed Single Launch with The Bonnie Doons

Ever wondered what happens when you mix the spiceadelic Dosed with the crispylicious Bonnie Doons in the same venue, on the same night? A big old pot of good times and a bloody good new Reason To Smile.

DOSED are a trio from the Sunny Coast Hinterland that are known for their distinct clean and vibrant alt-rock sound. These three friends have known each other for a while now, in fact they go as far back as you can get without sharing the same last name. This is easily observed at a live performance. With a comfortable, high-energy and contagious stage presence, you are made to feel like you were also a part of the Jam Shed days. Inspired by years of listening to virtually the same 3 bands on repeat, you might pick up on these vibes throughout … Let’s just say that is they had wanted to be a cover band they would have called themselves the Red Hot Sublime Fingers. This deadly combo means that a small dose of Dosed can easily turn toe-tapping into a full blown shake-down – it’s a sound to get around.

THE BONNIE DOONS are a 5-piece band from Brisbane – comprising of musical talents from the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane and the USA. This energetic group of lads have been building a buzz in the Brisbane music scene since playing their first show in May 2017. They’ve quickly gained a strong following after performing at a number venues from The Sunshine Coast down to Byron Bay. Taking inspiration from such artists as Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sticky Fingers, Hendrix and Oasis; they have a very uniquely Australian sound with their combination of tight funk-rock tones and reggae-like rhythm. From supporting Byron Bay’s Drop Legs for their ‘Self Help’ album tour to opening for Wolfmother in Brisbane, these boys have been promptly acknowledged for putting on a killer live show… And now they’re back to it; crunching out an EP for ya’ll to wrap your ears around in the coming months.

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