Forming in 2014, and with nothing but a guitar and something to say, RWR evolved out of a few late-night jam sessions. These late-night howls slowly gave way to electric live performances not unlike the energy emitted from a southern Baptist preacher.
The last few years have been busy for the RWR. They supported rock legends The Angels during the Sydney leg of their Australian tour, headlined the Grub Festival in Queensland, embarked upon their first ever Australian tour, and finished 2017 working on new material for an upcoming debut album release. Throughout all these accomplishments they’ve demonstrated a timelessness to their music that is at home alongside both old and new acts. They’ve rocked alongside international acts such as The Troggs, DZ Deathrays, The Preatures, and Wild Honey.
No doubt, Australia – and the world – will be seeing plenty of the RWR in 2018. The band has just purchased a bus and is preparing to hit the road to deliver a peace offering at a venue near you. Don’t miss it.