A.D.K.O.B. releases brand new single ‘Less And Less’

Wonderlick Entertainment in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment Australia is excited to announce the signing of indie Sydney band A.D.K.O.B. with Wonderlick Director Stu MacQueen saying, “We are very excited to be working with A.D.K.O.B. and we like the fact that when it comes to this band, we don’t have a very good answer for that old question, “so who do they sound like?”. We believe that they have a unique vision and we are really pleased to be able to support that”.

A.D.K.O.B. have released their latest single, ‘Less And Less’ which had its first play on triple j’s Late Nights, premiering online at Pilerats.

‘Less And Less’ is the follow up single to Triple J favourite ‘Glue’, off the self-titled EP released at the end of 2015, further cementing A.D.K.O.B distinct low-fi indie groove that harbours an unforgettable tone and ambiance. Attracting the inquisitive gaze and attention of tastemakers like KEXP, Music Feeds, Tone Deaf and The Global Discovery Playlist on Spotify. Single ‘Glue’ received high rotation airplay from Triple J and alternate music stations FBi, 4ZZZ and PBS. The track pricking the ears of the Unearthed team so much it earned A.D.K.O.B the honor of opening St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival Sydney at the main stage last year.

A.D.K.O.B’s creator, Mark Piccles, has been working in the Sydney music scene for many years as a sound engineer, his songwriting and production spawning over 8 hard drives full of song ideas and demos. When asked about his latest single Mark comments, “Less & Less is a song about overwhelming feelings of disassociation. I sat down one morning to find a cool keyboard sound and the thing wrote itself.”

Coming into 2017 after completing numerous national tours and high profile supports such as Montaigne, Sticky Fingers, Bad//Dreems and Dappled Cities the band have announced their first international support with Scotland’s Frightened Rabbit at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory along with headlining club shows.

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