Get used to hearing about the band "Speed Dial".
Hailing from the Southern Highlands, the seven member band appeal to audiences, young and old, through their diverse and widespread love for all genres of music.
They recently released an EP consisting of five songs called Help Me Out, Blinded, Get Away From Me, Your Dreams and You Can Tell By The Weather.
The members of the band are Chevalier College students Wyatt Hodges on the drums, lead singers Indianna Gregg and Lauren Vella, Rhys Gardiner and William Preddey on guitar and Olivia Bova on bass.
All of them write and they often switch the roles around.
Starting in the humble music rooms of their high school, band manager William said they formed "at the suggestion of their music teacher and things quickly eventuated from there".
They struggled to come up with the name of the band, but managed to do so with a bit of luck.
"The name came from absolute desperation," William said.
"We couldn't think of a name for ages
"It was only while driving everyone to a gig where Lauren looked at the speed dial of my car and said 'that's it!'".
Their self titled EP was released in June, but they had the recordings for quite some time.
"It's all thanks to Michelle Williams from Wingecarribee Shire Council who set up a youth based music competition," William said.
"The prize was a six-hour recording session with Matt Hilly at the mixing desk.
"It's been one of our proudest achievements and we still can't comprehend seeing ourselves on people's playlists and jamming out to us."
As with most musicians, practice makes perfect. However, they haven't much time to do so,
"Unfortunately, year 12 doesn't allow us much time to practice, but we do what we can.
"We have done a few gigs in between COVID lockdowns which have kept us motivated to practice.
"We genuinely enjoy each other's company so it's always nice to even get together for a jam or to write, all of which will hopefully eventuate into something."
William has big things planned for his band and hopes it eventuates into something spectacular.
"Our main goal for the future is to give the music business a real effort whilst having fun along the way," he said.
"If it comes off, great, but I don't think that's what we actually do it for.
"I think it's rather nice to see something you put a lot of effort into eventuate in front of you, and it's something we will always be very happy about.
"Hopefully we can make people smile along the way."
To listen to their music, visit https://www.triplejunearthed.com/artist/speed-dial?fbclid=IwAR2H2ySngkggGTPTHlUk2Uw02SqtEqHscWj2XitMgfhGpk3QSy3LJKYAWqg
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