Eventually is about making the most of the time you have, life is short. It reflects our live sound, upbeat and raw.
What’s your favourite work at this point in time?
New material is always a good time, it doesn’t really have to be a single piece it is just always refreshing writing and playing new stuff. There’s a few tracks we are working on at the moment that we’re enjoying playing
Tell us a quick, on the road or studio, anecdote.
Getting speeding fines in Adam’s car which looks like a toaster on wheels, (google Suzuki Carry)
What, or who, inspires you?
Friends and our friends who play music, our families, passionate creative types, good people
Which song do you wish you wrote?
Rock Lobster – The B-52’s
How would you describe your sound in food form and why?
Baked beans on toast – simple but tasty
What’s next for you?
We are about to hit the road on the back of the release of Eventually. We are always working on new material so we are keen to get back into the studio and finish off some bangers for our forthcoming EP
What’s your scene?
Hanging with friends/family on the coast and being in the ocean
The Ruiins’ is a collaboration of raw blues and vintage rock enriched by powerful vocals and a touch of character livening each song. The brother-like duo, Adam Dooker and Pat Sugden, hail from the New South Wales Mid North Coast and have graced audiences from Sydney all the way through to the trendiest venues of Brisbane. Stemming from their roots of a beach orientated lifestyle, Adam and Pat have manifested into a unique two-piece who claim a sound that is The Ruiins. With the use of captivating riffs, heartfilled vocals, and a foot-tapping beat, residing on the Gold Coast they have grown into a locally loved icon. There is no end-sight for the quirky pair as they face down the release of their debut single ‘Eventually’, working with the likes of Producer Sean Cook (Big Scary’s ‘Vacation’) the track has rich personality, humbling lyrics, and rhythm that will force you to groove.