Melbourne pop band Gunning for Allie are out in full force with their new single Braille. If you’re into the likes of Death Cab For Cutie or British indie pop outfit The 1975 then these guys are well and truly up your alley.
This single is refreshing, fun and yearning, with just enough pop to have you hooked but lyrically calculated and daring in ways which exceed the band’s newcomer status.
Gunning for Allie is a project fresh off the ground, but already their track Braille has our hopes high for great things this year.
The band is the brainchild of two friends and creatives; actor Josh Mulheran and James Waters, frontman of The Wisher and The Well.
Drawing on their influences in bands like Panic! at the Disco, their latest single Braille is a piano driven ballad filled with catharsis and passion.
The single was produced in Declan White Studios and was a labour of love for both Mulheran and Waters. But this isn’t the first time Mulheran has been in the spotlight for his creativity.
After appearing in the critically acclaimed Book of Mormon, Mulheran found himself inspired to connect with his high school friend and long-time musical comrade. Hence Gunning for Allie was born.
But Braille is just the tip of the iceberg. Gunning for Allie have their debut EP coming out later this year, plus the next single on the cards The Fight is said to have been inspired by a mutual friend of the pair, who they say is the strongest fighter they have known.
We’re waiting with bated breathe for the next release from Gunning for Allie, eager to watch this exciting band make their way to the top.