Already Gone are an Adelaide Indie Rock band on the rise. Led by singer-songwriter Stu Daniels, the band released their debut EP, Get Back Home, in March 2017 to a raucous crowd at Adelaide’s iconic Grace Emily Hotel. Tracks from Get Back Home are being played all over the country on local radio. In fact the song ‘Fine Line’, as of March 2018, sits at #2 on Triple J’s Unearthed Online Roots chart and at #4 on the Rock chart.. The band is made up of Stu Daniels (vocals and guitar), Ricky Macchia (lead guitar), Alex Parker (drums and backing vox) and Dom Eaton (bass and backing vox). 2018 has started with some huge shows, recording sessions dedicated to laying down the foundations of a full length album and plans to take their show on the road to interstate venues!

Highlights & Supports

– 2017 support for Thirsty Merc (Adelaide Fringe, open-air show)

– Released debut EP, Get Back Home (2017)

– EP tracks accepted into AMRAP’s AIRIT Music Catalogue & Distribution Service (2018)

– Song Black Book No.1 on local ISA Radio (2017)

– Song Fine Line No.2 on Triple J Unearthed Chart (2018)

– 2018 Espresso Martini Festival (open air festival)

– 2018 Inaugural Home Grown Festival

– Adelaide support for Melbourne’s The Ugly Kings (2017)

– Featured performer at Hillside Festival 5.0 (2017)

– Release of an album in late 2018 and interstate tour

It was a big year for the band in 2017 with the release of their debut EP, Get Back Home, to a large, raucous, crowd at the iconic Grace Emily Hotel in Adelaide. As well as a support slot for Thirsty Merc as a part of the Adelaide Fringe Festival and some huge local gigs with acts like MANE, Filthy Lucre, Thom Lion & the Tamers and Melbourne’s The Ugly Kings.

Get Back Home, was recorded with Wolf & Cub producer, Matt Hills and was mastered by Steve Smart at Studios 301, Sydney (British India, Midnight Oil, Vance Joy, Empire of the Sun, and the triple j ‘Like A Version’ releases).  The EP has received substantial local and national radio play, enjoyed a high volume of downloads and CD’s quickly sold out. The EP features the song Black Book, which, as a stripped back acoustic version, spent 6 weeks straight in ISA Radio’s Top 10, before making it to number 1.


“Stu Daniels and the guys write good honest rock music…. great lyrics combined with solidly performed music is what has made Already Gone a must see band on the Adelaide music scene. Their live performance is one you’ll remember as you’ll leave the venue singing the tunes for days to come…. great guys, great music and great entertainement worthy of national radio exposure” (Anthony Sims, Host of Homebrewed, 100.5 WOWFM)