Good Things come to those who wait and Good Things Festival are thrilled to announce headlinesideshows from some of the artists on the huge festival line up. This is the first and only sideshow announcement for Good Things and there will be no more sideshows announced.
The Pinheads return from a multi member sabbatical with a new single, ‘Not Like You’ A tune about our divergent world of round the clock connection, resulting in chronic isolation, the mingling pot of personalities, untameable ego, opposing ideologies, conflicting cultural ideals and a societal anxiety timebomb threatening to blow at any second!
A song about the pressure to squeeze into society’s frame, whilst retaining a sense of self… or not. Neatly wrapped up in a sharp, steadfast, shady, beguiling slice of pop perfection! Penned as the band boarded a plan to knock out a brutal 25 date European tour, fine-tuned in bands rooms along the way.
The Farmer & The Owl Festival debuts this March, at its new home among the steel lined laneways and lush urban parklands of McCabe Park in the heart of Wollongong, lined with spacious lots and secluded post-industrial alcoves for music consumption and discovery!
Something has entered the atmosphere.
Foretold through street posters, heralded through (not so) hushed murmurs of the people; Good Things Festival has once and for all emerged from the vast unknowns, bringing forth a new era for Australian alternative music fans, ushered in by an unstoppable army of some of the heaviest, and most alternative bands the universe has on offer.
Crack out that old band shirt, dust off those Doc Martens and bust open that ancient box of glowsticks. It doesn’t matter which scene you were in or which scene you thought you were in, SCENE & HEARD is here for you.SCENE & HEARD is where you belong.
Say hello to a brand-new festival that isn’t just a line-up but an immersive journey back to when Spotify didn’t exist, and that 1999 triple j Hottest 100 CD was the only thing repeating on the car stereo.
Known for their epic live shows, Cash Savage and The Last Drinks are excited to announce a national tour to celebrate the release of their fourth studio album Good Citizens, the follow uprelease to 2016’s critically acclaimed One Of Us. ‘Pack Animals’ is the second single from Good Citizens, you can watch it here.
TWENTY ONE PILOTS have shared two new tracks – “Jumpsuit” & “Nico And The Niners” – which are available today at all DSPs and streaming services. “Jumpsuit” is joined by an official music video, directed by longtime collaborator Andrew Donoho, streaming now on Twenty One Pilots’ YouTube channel. Both tracks will appear on the band’s anticipated new studio album. TRENCH – which follows the GRAMMY Award-winning duo’s 2015 LP, BLURRYFACE, which has sold over 6.5 million copies worldwide – will arrive everywhere October 5 via Fueled By Ramen, with more details to be revealed in the coming months.
Snow Patrol make their return to Australia next month and have today announced a Sydney performance on Saturday August 4 at ICC Sydney’s Darling Harbour Theatre to coincide with their Melbourne show at the iconic Palais Theatre on August 2.
Three albums. Two ARIA Awards. 10 years! This September DZ Deathrays will celebrate their decade-long career with the DZ Deathrays 10 Year Anniversary Tour, presented by Frontier Touring. The tour will see the thrash party duo play their biggest headline shows to date with a swathe of friends along for the ride.
In partnership with TEG Dainty, WWE will return to Australia with WWE Super Show-Down, a historic event taking place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Saturday, October 6, 2018, featuring the largest roster of WWESuperstars and Legends ever to appear in the country.