An Australian singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Daniel Johns is most beneficial known for fronting the muscular Aussie alt-rock/post-grunge clothing Silverchair between 1992 and 2011. Delivered in Newcastle, New South Wales, Johns began Silverchair alongside close friends Ben Gillies and Chris Joannou in the first ’90s while still in his teenagers. The music group dominated the alt-rock graphs regionally (in addition they had a solid following internationally) within the middle- to past due ’90s, taking house an archive 21 ARIA honours (Australian Recording Sector Association Music Honours) prior to going on hiatus in 2002. Through the hiatus, Johns started dealing with electro-pop/dance manufacturer and songwriter Paul Macintosh beneath the moniker the Dissociatives and released an EP, I CANNOT Believe IT ISN’T Rock and roll. In 2005, Silverchair announced that they might end up being reuniting and documenting a new record. The resulting Youthful Modern found its way to 2007 and was accompanied by an Australian tour with Powderfinger, but by 2011 the group had opted on another “indefinite hiatus.” Johns spent the ensuing years honing a fresh set of tunes that veered (sonically) definately not the traditional rock and roll strategy of his flagship music group, having a heady mixture of sensual R&B and soulful electro-pop. He released a four-song EP, Aerial Like, in Feb 2015, after that announced the impending introduction of his 1st solo album, Speak, that was slated for launch in-may. Led from the strike single “Awesome burning,” it peaked at number 2 around the Australian charts.