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Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia | INDIE

Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia | INDIE
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"The Dwarf - Music Inspired by Griff The Invisible"

"A sense of humour percolates through both the music and the wordplay, yet takes nothing away from the energetic musicianship and strong song structures." - The Dwarf

"Seriously recommended: KIDS AT RISK"

"It's one of those soundtracks that will have you falling in love with the movie because of its amazing music selection." - WLUR Radio Blog

"Griff The Invisible"

“Another stand out [in Griff The Invisible] are Sydney band Kids at Risk... the indie-rock trio hit it out of the park, crafting such a striking soundtrack, you’ll want to head straight from the cinema to buy the album.” - Concrete Playground


February 2010 - Sugar - Single
March 2010 - S/T - EP
September 2010 - Kiss It Dark - Remix EP
March 2011 - Doing The Best That We Can - Single
April 2011 - Griff The Invisible S/track - Album (AU release)
August 2011 - Griff The Invisible S/track - Album (US release)



KIDS AT RISK sneaked up up on the national music scene in 2010 with their self-titled EP (distributed nationally through MGM). Touring extensively, the outfit stages with the likes of Deep Sea Arcade, Tom Ugly and NZ rock juggernauts, The Checks.

They went on to further collaborate with local music contemporaries Danimals, Convaire and Bon Chat, Bon Rat to digitally release a remix EP of their previous works.

The band were formally Unearthed by national youth radio network, Triple J and went on to win the opportunity for NIDA students to create a music video clip for them.

In 2011 the band were approached to assist with compiling the score and soundtrack to indie feature film, Griff The Invisible (featuring Ryan Kwanten from True Blood). The film was hand-picked to feature in Toronto Film Festival, Berlin Film Festival and Adelaide Film Festival with the feedback being that the soundtrack “made the film”.

In July 2011, KIDS AT RISK were the recipients of a grant from the Arts Council of Australia which helped them get over the USA to play shows in San Diego, LA and New York. The band were given glowing reviews from US media and have a fast growing fanbase in the US and Europe.

The band are now recording their new record, due for release early 2012.