Tin Alley

Tin Alley

 Melbourne, Victoria, AUS

Tin Alley is a rock band from Melbourne, Australia.Commonly known as one of the hardest working local bands the group have released a collective of 9 releases and in 2010 made #1 AIR Charts,#1 AMO (Australian Music Office), #7 ARIA Australian Singles Charts, #1 Bigpond Rock Music Charts.


Three things jump out when you hear Tin Alley: passion, energy and great songs that get you hooked.

In 2009 the band recorded what would be their most successful track to date “Out Of Control", a song that was inspired by drummer Peter Hofbauer’s motorcycle accident in late 2007.

With its roaring opening and lyrics that explore the excesses of youth, rock stardom and fame (particularly the infamous 27 Club—so named after musicians who died at that age, such as Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain), “Out Of Control” had an immediate impact on listeners around the country.

In October 2009 Tin Alley's release “Out Of Control” reached number 1 on the AMO Charts (Australian Music Office) and was also number 1 on the AIR Charts (Australian Independent Record Labels Association) for five weeks.

In November 2009 “Out Of Control” reached no.7 on the ARIA Australian singles charts and was in the ARIA Australian Singles Charts top 20 for six consecutive weeks.

Tin Alley have played numerous Australian tours to support their single releases, from Hobart to Brisbane, Adelaide to Byron and many places in between.

May 2011 saw a change in the line-up with a new lead singer Stefan Waltersson and the band return to the studio to work on new material and in July 2011 'Ride The Wave' was top 20 most added to radio.

Vocals - Stefan Waltersson
Guitars - Paul Siourthas
Bass - Jared Piatkowski
Drums - Peter Hofbauer


2007 - In Your Hands (Single) - #7 AIR Charts
2007 - Everyturn (Album)
2009 - Out Of Control (Single) - #1 AIR Charts / #7 ARIA Australian Charts / #1 Australian Music Office / #4 Most Added To Radio
2010 - Monster (Single)
2010 - Luke Chable Vs Tin Alley (Single)
2010 - Crossing Paths (Single) - #5 AIR Charts
2011 - Ride The Wave (Single) - #20 Most Added To National Radio
2011 - Bounce Back (Single) - Current