Music is key to Brimbank's marvelous Mystery

Hard Rock band Mystery from left Tony, Rocky, Kristian and Joshua are ready to rock the world with their latest movie and album 119029 Picture: DAMJAN JANEVSKI


BRIMBANK born rock band Mystery are gearing up to unveil their feature film and second album to the world.
The band, which is the youngest touring rock band in the world, is made up of teenagers Rocky Ravic, Kris Iaccion, Josh Scarpaci and Tony Mlikota.
Lead vocalist and lead guitarist Rocky said he dreamt of being a rock star and playing on stage ever since he could remember.
“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do since I was kid,” Rocky said.
“I always wanted to be in a band and do the whole rock star thing and make music.”
His dreams are now coming true and he is doing it alongside his best mates.
“We get up to so much and we play huge shows together and we write music together – it’s a brotherhood,” he said.
The band joined forces when they were only 12 years old and have since never stopped rehearsing and writing and making music together.
“It is fun for us, we wanted to do this and that’s what we did,” Rocky said.
They have since performed worldwide, sharing the stage with bands they idolised growing up and rocking world famous festivals including Ost Fest in Romania and Rocklahoma in the USA.
Their first feature film Mystery: Born to Rock premiered at The Astor Theatre last Thursday night and the movie will now head to France for the international premier at the Cannes Film Festival.
The band will then kick off their third world tour before returning home to get started on their third album.
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