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From the hottest 100 to Lime Cordial, The Rions share in their musical milestones.

Harley, Asher, Noah, and Tom, collectively known as The Rions, dropped by Happy Mag, where we had the chance to dive deep into their musical journey. 

The Rions have had an incredible run, winning Triple J unearthed high, making their debut on the hottest one hundred placing at 51, and standing tall as the ones to watch at BIGSOUND 2022, and did we to forget to mention their hang with Lime Cordial?

Fresh from their signing with Sony Music Publishing, The Rions have delivered their much-awaited debut EP, “Minivan” to rave reviews. With this release, a new musical chapter unfolds before the band, accompanied by the news of a major national tour, through September and November.

Crafted in close collaboration with the seasoned producer Chris Collins, the Minivan EP allows The Rions to distill the chaos of the world around them in real-time, creating a resonant soundscape that encapsulates their experiences. “It’s a dream come true,” the band shares. “We’ve longed to bring forth this EP for years, and finally sharing it with everyone feels monumental. The stories within Minivan are our own, and we hope they connect with our fans just as powerfully.”

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Moving beyond their earlier hits like ‘Sadie’ and ‘Dissociation,’ Minivan delves into the tumultuous journey of self-discovery, grappling with grief, heartbreak, and the enigmatic phase of transitioning into adulthood. Tracks like ‘Talking To Walls,’ ‘Got My Hopes Up,’ and ‘Take What You Want’ showcase a matured introspection, spotlighting the emotional crossroads that spark self-reflection, acceptance, and growth.

As The Rions keep climbing, their music becomes a genuine soundtrack, reflecting the dynamic energy of youth and the shifts that come with it. We’re looking forward to watching their growth and the music they’ll create in the process.

The Rions Tour Dates and Tickets

Sat 26 Aug – The Station – Ngarigo Land / Jindabyne
Fri 29 Sep – Dee Why RSL – Dharug Land / Dee Why
Sat 30 Sep – King St Bandroom – Awabakal Land / Newcastle
Fri 6 Oct – Torquay Hotel – Wadawurrung Land / Torquary
Sat 7 Oct – Grapevine Gathering – Wurundjeri Land / Coldstream
Sat 8 Oct – Grapevine Gathering – Noonucal, Gorenpul, Nughi Land / Mount Cotton
Sat 14 Oct – Grapevine Gathering – Whadjuk Land / Caversham
Sat 14 – Sun 15 Oct – Yours & Owls – Dharawal Land / Wollongong
Fri 20 Oct – Drifter’s Wharf – Darkinjung Land / Gosford
Sat 21 Oct – Grapevine Gathering – Wonnarua Land / Pokolbin
Sun 22 Oct – Grapevine Gathering – Kaurna Land / McLaren Vale
Fri 27 Oct – Corner Hotel – Naarm / Melbourne
Sat 28 Oct – Pelly Bar – Bunurong Land / Frankston
Sun 29 Oct – The Gasometer Hotel – Naarm / Melbourne (AA)
Fri 3 Nov – Lion Arts Factory – tarntanya / Adelaide (LIC/AA)
Sat 4 Nov – Jack Rabbit Slims – Boorloo / Perth
Thu 9 Nov – Solbar – Kabi Kabi Land / Maroochydore
Fri 10 Nov – The Northern – Arakwal Land / Byron Bay
Sat 11 Nov – Burleigh Bazaar – Kombumerri Land / Burleigh Heads
Sat 18 Nov – The Zoo – Meanjin / Brisbane
Sun 19 Nov – Mary’s Underground – Eora / Sydney (LIC/AA)
Fri 24 Nov – Oxford Art Factory – Eora / Sydney
Sat 25 Nov – Volta – Wadawurrung, Dja Dja Wurrung Land / Ballarat
Sun 26 Nov – Republic Bar – nipaluna / Hobart