Whildfyre is set to rock the region once more when they return to play a gig at Clancy's Fish Pub in Dunsborough from 6pm on Sunday July 7.
The Perth band made up of four-14 year old boys won Busselton's Battle of the Band competition earlier this year and the gig at Clancy's is part of their prize.
"We are very excited and very grateful," they said.
Their band manager Alex said the lads really enjoyed meeting the other artists who competed in the competition and were very humble in their win.
"The stage in Busselton was amazing and the crew that put the event together was fantastic," she said.
Punters who head to the gig can expect a mix of classic rock songs and originals, along with some great onstage presence and humour.
"They have been friends for ages and they have a natural ability to engage their audience."
Whildfyre is composed of twin brothers Emerson Galic (lead singer, rhythm guitar and song writer), Quinn Galic (lead guitar, back up vocals), Draven Andrews-Clarke (drums) and Patrick Cooke (bass guitar).
Influenced by the great rock bands, Whildfyre have crafted their own unique rock genre.
With a mind-melting mix of garage rock, metal, punk and dark sarcasm thrown in, the boys gritty pumping guitars and bone thumping drums make people dance like they are possessed.
"We are looking forward to a good crowd, a great sound system and if people start moshing that would be awesome," they said.
Having been friends for more than a decade and coming together as a rock band at the age of 11 in 2016, it is their youth and energy that reflects the very country that produced them.