Sero Brothers

Meet Melbourne's Jonas Brothers!

The Sero Brothers are a Melbourne-based pop super duo featuring brothers Sebastian (11, lead vocals, keys) and Luka (9, vocals and guitar). Despite their young age, the brothers have been performing together on stage for years, touring with Disney's  theatrical production of Mary Poppins  in 2022-3 where they shared the lead role of Michael Banks and then as Young Elvis on the touring production of Elvis: A Musical Revolution in 2024, also starring the Tony winning musical Fun Home, Billy Elliot and The Who's Tommy.

The brothers have been busy on the silver screen too, having starred in a number of Australian and US television series and films, including 'Blacklight' with Liam Neeson, 'The Clearing' with Australia's Miranda Otto and Teresa Palmer, and in the upcoming Robbie Williams biopic, with both boys racking up several singing and dance awards as solo and duo artists. 

While on tour, the brothers started gigging Jackson 5 covers  inspired their Fun Home soundtrack, along with a medley of Disney and show tunes that first launched their careers, which soon lead to them writing their own music,  influenced by fellow Disney turned pop siblings the Jonas Brothers. The boys also cite Hanson, Bruno Mars, 5ive , the Kid Leroy Jesse McCartney and Justin Bieber as their musical influences 'but most of all, we like writing together,' Seb says.  



Cuties, brothers and 90's dance moves.

What's next for the Sero Brothers?

The brothers’ extensive show experience and love of all things 90s and dance lead them to choreographing their music video for their original debut single 'Cutie', a summery explosion of Aaron Carter/Justin Bieber inspired bubblegum pop with an infectious hook designed to get you moving with a nostalgic nod to 90s boy band dance beats.

The boys' follow up single 'Brother', set to release in late July, showcases their vocal harmonies and songwriting abilities against a backdrop of intricate guitar work and Bruno Mars/Olivia Rodrigo inspired melodies. The lyrics are a touching ode to brotherhood and the bond between friends and the male mentors who shaped the boys' young lives and helped them through the ups and downs of growing up in the limelight. 

Stay tuned for the release of Brothers and an exciting new year for the boys as they head to the studio to write their third single with show dates to come!