Comprised of three Margin brothers, Zaac (lead guitar), Elliott (keyboards, vocals) and Sam (lead vocals, guitar) alongside friends Scott Baldwin (drums) and William Zeglis (bass), The Rubens' two albums have been met with immense success with a third slated for release in 2018.
Capturing attention with their 2012 self-titled debut album, The Rubens' unique brand of bluesy rock—highlighted in singles 'Lay It Down', 'My Gun' and 'Elvis'—paved the road for the band and led to their LP reaching no. 3 on the ARIA Album Chart as well as receiving Platinum certification.
'Million Man' is the first taste of The Rubens' highly anticipated third LP; accompanied by a music video shot in New York and premiered with Billboard. Teaming up with Run The Jewels producers/collaborators and brothers Wilder Zoby and Little Shalimar (AKA Torbitt Schwartz), The Rubens recorded the album in a newly created studio, a World War II communications bunker in the outskirts of Camden in Sydney's deep South West and have just returned home from NYC where they put the final touches on the
2015's follow-up release 'Hoops' saw The Rubens cram gritty guitars, foot-stomping rhythms and Sam Margin's signature blues vocals that ooze country town swag into an epic round two of rock 'n' roll tunes. Peaking at no. 2 on the ARIA Album Chart, 'Hoops' was certified Gold with the band taking out the no. 1 spot on the Triple J hottest 100 for the title track.
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