They may be young, but The Objections are ready to take you on a trip back through the 90s.
The Molong rock band are one of three musical acts to perform at Friday's Future Tunes event in Robertson Park.
The cover band is made up of Jack Ryan, Will Ryan, Dash Jones, Blake Sheedy and Cameron Quilty with each one bringing something special to the group.
Jack has played drums since the age of four, when his family realised he had far too much energy that he needed to expend, while younger brother Will is an accomplished piano player.
Asked how he first got started with music, Will said: "My friends were all playing piano, so naturally I asked my mum if I could play.
"Not everyone is lucky enough to go around with their mates and play an instrument in a band."
Lead singer Cameron is the newest member, coming to the band early in 2020. He comes from a musical family with grandfather Randall having played in touring bands and his mum Tracey being a singer.
Blake also has rock 'n' roll ancestry as grandfather Fess played guitar for the Radiators.
Dash couldn't play a note when invited into the band at the beginning but picked up the bass and hasn't looked back since.
Friday's event will mark the last as this iteration of the group, with Blake off to Sydney.
"Just getting to play in front of people and having that one big gig to send Blake off," Dash said of what he is looking forward to.
"It will be good to end it on a high note and the sort of thing that will last a lifetime."
Future Tunes goes from 5pm to 8pm.
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