Tweet The Beat

In Stereo Interview & Live Performance

Australian boy band sensation, In Stereo, hosted Tweet The Beat (Friday, 21st July) giving us TWO performances- their new single “Bad For Me” and a cover of Charlie Puth’s “Attention”. The lads told us the inspiration behind “Bad For Me” and answered fan questions.

Twitter Q&A:


In Stereo on ‘Bad For Me’:


‘Bad For Me’ LIVE


In Stereo on Charlie Puth’s ‘Attention’:


Cover Charlie Puth’s ‘Attention’ LIVE:


In Stereo is a band of three teenage boys based in Sydney, Australia.

They have an extremely loyal online fan base numbering well into the hundreds of thousands and have enjoyed touring around Australia, performing at sold-out shows and meeting their fans.

The group impressed Australian audiences with their debut performance of Taylor Swift’s ‘Style’ on the 2015 X Factor auditions and won the hearts of teenage girls the world over. Their audition video attracted over 2 million views and they went on to finish 8th in the competition.

Following the X-Factor series, In Stereo grew their followers significantly via weekly episodes of The In Stereo Show, a web series written and filmed by the boys that reached over 350,000 fans each week. They were recently nominated for Nickelodeon’s Kid’s Choice Awards 2017 and won Aussie/Kiwi Favourite Squad earning them a Nickelodeon Blimp.

They have released two singles and three EPs, all achieving impressive positions in the ARIA and Australian charts. The band’s first single “HONEST”, released in early 2016, debuted in the Australian Top 50 and charted in 11 countries across the globe, climbing as high as #8 in Greece and Brazil.

Their follow-up debut EP, “She’s Rock N Roll”, did one better, charting at:
#11 ARIA ALBUM DEBUT
#2 AUSTRALIAN ALBUM DEBUT

In July 2016, the boys released their second EP, “The Speed of Sound”, which debuted at #3 on the Australian charts. The boys third EP titled ‘Day In, Day Out’ achieved a #1 Australian iTunes Chart position after it was released on July 7, 2017.