Category: NEWS

5 May


Following the whirlwind response to their latest earworm ‘Jellyfish’, anthemic punk-rockers Slowly Slowly are backing up the momentum with the announce of a national single tour. After premiering on triple j and swiftly finding the stage at Good Az Friday performing Like A Version, ‘Jellyfish’ has proven to be one of the most commanding tracks of the year. Currently sitting at #2 on the most played tracks currently spinning on triple j, the reveal of the headline tour continues to see Jellyfish fever take over the country.

“We are so pumped on this tour,” says Slowly Slowly frontman Ben Stewart“We have been in some exciting, but scary situations lately with the RHCP supports, Like A Version and the arena tour with Amy Shark – we can’t wait to blow off some steam with some headline shows. Melbourne winter sucks, we are coming in hot for a visit to try some new material out.” 

The first taste of new music since their revered 2018 LP St. Leonards, ‘Jellyfish’ seizes Slowly Slowly at their most vulnerable and uninhibited. While toying with some meaty questions on love and existential dread, the track is all the while playful, lighthearted and downright catchy. With Stewart’s masterful lyricism front and centre as always, ‘Jellyfish’ makes for a masterful release.

Slowly Slowly will kick off the Jellyfish single tour in July by holding down the Splendour In The Grass stage, before they take to the usual capital city suspects as well as Adelaide, Hobart, Canberra and Fremantle. Joining the tour as support comes Perth punks Sly Withers and Canberra indies Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers.


Slowly Slowly


w/ special guests Sly Withers + Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers

Sunday July 21 – Splendour In The Grass, Byron Bay
Saturday July 27 – Hobart Brewing Co, Hobart
Thursday August 1 – UC Hub, Canberra
Saturday August 3 – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Friday August 9 – The Triffid, Brisbane
Saturday August 10 – Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide
Saturday August 17 – Crowbar, Sydney
Saturday August 24 – Mojos Bar, Fremantle



30 Apr

ALPINE Return with New Single ‘Dumb’ & Announce Tour

Beloved Melbourne outfit Alpine have returned! Today is the release day for their insanely-catchy new single, ‘Dumb’. To celebrate their long-awaited comeback, the band have dropped the video for ‘Dumb’ (directed by Marie Panguard) and announced a string of headline shows across June/July in Castlemaine, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Sydney & Brisbane.

The song came together during a Melbourne winter after keyboardist Tim Royall had returned from a trip to Japan, invigorated by the house and disco of the clubs and bars of Tokyo and Osaka. ‘Dumb’ is as playful as it is sophisticated, as nostalgic as it is modern, a balance that Alpine have always managed to strike with ease.

Lyrically the song is about being devoted to someone who isn’t devoted to you.

In lead singer Phoebe Baker’s own words, “It’s about how we can encourage our romantic imagination to a point of ignorance. Hopeless optimism on a ship of sinking love. There is a somewhat perverse enjoyment found when flirting with someone when ultimately you know it’s going to hurt. There are elements of play to be found within the slow dissolve of a relationship. Satisfaction can still be gained in the midst of an ending.”

Listen to ‘Dumb’ Here- the single out now through Ivy League Records

Primarily ‘Dumb’ is about how someone can make you speechless and nonsensically talkative at the same time.

‘Dumb’ follows the release of the band’s first two albums, Yuck (2015) and A Is For Alpine (2012). A is for Alpine peaked at #1 on iTunes and #11 on the ARIA Album Charts, and was awarded iTunes “Alternative Australian Album of the Year” and The Age EG “Australian Album of the Year”, while Yuck was released to rave reviews, debuting at #16 on the ARIA Album Charts and featuring radio hits ‘Foolish’ and ‘Damn Baby’.


‘Dumb’ marks the start of an exciting new chapter for the Melbourne band. Catch them on the road this June/July – tickets on sale now!

Sat 22 Jun | Theatre Royal, Castlemaine – tickets here
Sat 29 Jun | Howler, Melbourne – tickets here
Wed 3 Jul | Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth – tickets here
Thu 4 Jul | Rocket Bar, Adelaide – tickets here
Thu 11 Jul | The Lansdowne, Sydney – tickets here
Sat 13 Jul | The Foundry, Brisbane – tickets here
30 Apr

The Chemical Brothers Announce 2019 Australian Tour

The Chemical Brothers are bringing their world-renowned live show to Australia this October & November. The No Geography Live 2019 Tour will have special guests, the iconic Australian duo, The Avalanches (DJ Set) and will be stopping in at Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

These run of shows will be their first in Australia since 2013. There is only one show in each city, so get organised before tickets are on sale!

The Chemical Brothers will hit Brisbane’s Riverstage on Thursday 31 October, before heading to The DomeSydney Showground on Saturday 2 November and Melbourne Arena on Tuesday 5 November.

The Chemical Brothers, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, have sold more than 12 million albums and six million singles worldwide over the course of their illustrious career. They have had six #1 albums in the UK, and were the first electronic act ever to receive a Grammy, taking home Best Rock Instrumental Performance for ‘Block Rockin’ Beats’ in 1998. They’ve since taken home three more Grammys.

The Chemical Brothers’ ninth studio album No Geography has just been released through EMI Music Australia. The follow up to 2015’s Grammy-nominated Born In The Echoes (the band’s sixth consecutive #1 album), it features the three blistering singles ‘Free Yourself’,‘M.A.H.’, and ‘Got To Keep On’No Geography has been hailed as their finest album since 1999 classic, Surrender.

‘Seven No.1 albums. That’s not fucking about, is it? After the best part of 30 years, there’s still no one else like them. Amazing.’ – The Quietus

The songs were road-tested in their 2018 live set, including two sold-out shows at Alexandra Palace – their biggest UK headline shows to date – and honed in DJ sets around the world.

‘Got To Keep On’ has been at the heart of The Chemical Brothers’ live shows over the last year or so, and will continue to feature alongside classics from their 25 year career as the band take on dates in the US, Europe, and the UK before landing in Australia in November.

The Chemical Brothers’ visuals have always been central to their music, and this record is no exception. Already live favourites, ‘Got To Keep On’‘Free Yourself’, and ‘M.A.H.’ (for which the video was shot at their recent sold-out London shows at Alexandra Palace) contain visuals created by Adam Smith & Marcus Lyall.  Eight years since they last performed live in Australia, The Chemical Brothers are set to return with a show that’s become a more dynamic and relevant experience than ever, both sonically and visually!

No Geography is a return to the conditions that spawned their early hits. They built a studio within a studio, a tiny room filled with gear that had sat gathering dust in Tom’s attic for the last twenty years. Using the equipment with which they recorded the bulk of their first two albums, they found the freedom to create music in a way they hadn’t for years, embracing randomness and jagged edges, building songs around vocal samples like the snatches of dialogue they found in the late ‘60s experimental Dial-A-Poem project. Several tracks feature vocals from Norwegian artist Aurora and Japanese rapper Nene also makes an appearance.

‘The Chemical Brothers are finally ready to take on the world again.’
–  9/10, Album of the Month, Long Live Vinyl

The Avalanches (DJ set) will be joining The Chemical Brothers as special guests for all dates. The iconic Australian duo are considered to be one of the most influential acts in dance music, with their debut record Since I Left You (2000) laying a blueprint for sample-based music in the 21st century, before their long-awaited 2016 follow-up Wildflower once again blew the world away.From intimate clubs to headline slots at some of the world’s biggest festivals like Splendour In The Grass, Primavera, and Creamfields, The Avalanches’ DJ sets are lauded as masterpieces in a realm of music flooded with imitators. The Avalanches are the perfect accompaniment for fellow dance legends The Chemical Brothers.

Don’t miss out on tickets to the past, present, and future of electronic music, The Chemical Brothers. They won’t last long.



With special guests The Avalanches (DJ set)
Presented by Frontier Touring

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Thursday 31 October
Riverstage | Brisbane, QLD

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Saturday 2 November
The Dome, Sydney Showground | Sydney, NSW

Lic. All Ages* | Ph: 136 100

Tuesday 5 November
Melbourne Arena | Melbourne, VIC

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30 Apr

FRITZ Signs to Break Even Recordings, Shares New Single ‘Ghost Poke’

Break Even Recordings are proud to welcome Newcastle’s quirkiest DIY spirit FRITZ to the label family, with the announcement of a brand new 7″. This represents the first new music for the year and follows their successful trip to Austin’s SXSW and appearances at the Sydney leg of Laneway Festival and Groovin the Moo Maitland.

Having premiered on triple j’s Home & Hosed last night, new single ‘Ghost Poke‘ is a swell of nervous, nauseating euphoria; glistening guitar leads sit atop buzzsaw-like rhythm section whilst Tilly Murphy hauntingly reminds us to ‘breathe in, breathe out’. Lyrically the song effervescently redefines the concept of fair-weather friendships in the millennial age; reflective of individualistic desires to get ahead and being emotionally ‘on-call’.

“Ghost Poke is a song, like many of mine, that’s about a few things in one – all quite similar topics though. ‘Ghost Poke’ is a term I coined that is basically when someone treats you like a ghost and only ever talks to you when they want something or when they’re desperate for someone to talk to.”

Tilly continues “I’ve known so many people like that and it’s made me feel like I’m alone all the time, which I’m obviously not but I’ve got it into my head that people who talk to me only do to be kind.”


Listen to ‘Ghost Poke’ here

Last years’ singles ‘Summer Holiday’ and ‘Biggest Fool in the World’ piqued the attention of NoiseyPilerats & Pedestrian, gained multiple spins across triple jFBi Radio & 4ZZZ, and was added to Spotify‘s Fresh FindsNew Music Friday and Chords and Cardigans playlist.

Her reputation for eccentric on-stage banter and infectious laugh has gained the young musician a legion of followers. She’s toured nationally with Ruby Fields and The Grates in the past, supported Cub SportMiddle KidsFazerdaze and WAAX and performed at BIGSOUND, Secret Garden, Sounds of the Suburbs and Yours & Owls.


Feature photo credit: Jason Doan

30 Apr

These New South Whales Share New Single ‘Nerve 2 Reverse’

These New South Whales are thrilled to share their new single, ‘Nerve 2 Reverse’ which premiered on triple j overnight. Unmistakably punk, the track is short, loud and dangerously catchy and comes ahead of the band’s debut headline shows in London and performances at The Great Escape festival in Brighton this May. Listen HERE.

Of the track, lead vocalist Jamie Timony shares, “Nerve 2 Reverse is about deprogramming  and overwriting bad code. Restore yourself to your factory settings—today!”

Nerve 2 Reverse’ (produced by Jonathan Boulet) is the first taste of new music from the band since the release of their debut LP You Work For Us in late 2017. Featuring radio favourites ‘Meat Hook‘, ‘Cholesterol Heart (God Bless Ya)‘, ‘Space In Hell‘ and ‘We Don’t Need You Anymore‘, the record raised eyebrows and saw critical acclaim from the likes of FBi Radio (Album Of The Week), Rolling Stone,NME and more, for its assertive sound and thoughtful and candid lyricism. 

Australia’s These New South Whales are many things: a band, a TV show, an experience, a phenomenon. Taking influence from punk, metal, new wave, and goth, the foursome formed in 2011 earning an early reputation in Sydney’s underground punk scene as an obscenely compelling act. Live, they wore nipple tape and coughed up sonic hell-scapes with deeply-pitched vocals, jarring loops, and screaming guitars. All against a backdrop of smoke machines and hammering strobe lights.

By the close of 2015 the band was releasing a TV show, Season One of These New South Whales, a mockumentary comedy series that satirised the peaks and troughs of life as a band starting out—touring, bandmate stuff, music industry. The lot. Written and produced by the band themselves, TNSW the show gifted funny and weird cameos from CHVRCHESMETZ, DMA’s, DZ Deathrays and more. Due to its cult-like success, TNSW the show was shortly followed by two fifteen-minute-long specials, ‘The Life We Chose and ‘How The Sausage Was Made‘.

In 2018, amid touring Australia and Europe, These New South Whales made their anticipated return to big and small screens with These New South Whales Season Two. The first ever Australian band to develop their own series licensed to a cable television network, TNSW signed a history-making deal with Comedy Central. Spanning eight episodes and featuring even bigger and better cameos than last time somehow—The Cure, Jimmy Barnes, Dune RatsDaniel Johns, Phoebe TonkinRyan Shelton, and more—and Executive Producers including Laura Waters (Summer Heights High, Lunatics), Roger O’Donnell ofThe Cure, and Jeffrey Walker (Modern Family), the second season of These New South Whales felt practically fated for success. Twenty four hours into its premiere on Comedy Central, the website was overwhelmed by traffic and crashed.

With Season Three, new music and world touring in the works, the band’s future is looking set for good things.
Nerve 2 Reverse’ is out now.
Listen to it on SpotifyApple MusiciTunesGoogle PlaySoundcloud and more.

May 2 – Shackwell Arms – London
May 4 – Live At Leeds Festival – Leeds
May 5 – Hit The North Festival – Newcastle
May 7 – Sneaky Pete’s – Edinburgh
May 9-11 – The Great Escape – Brighton
May 12 – Aussie BBQ – London
May 24 – Old Blue Last – Shoreditch

Tickets available

Stay connected with TNSW:
Official Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube

30 Apr

Catfish And The Bottlemen Announce Newcastle Headline Show

 To coincide with the release of new album ‘The Balance’ which is the Triple J feature album this week, Catfish And The Bottlemen have added a Newcastle show to their 2019 July tour.
Fans will be stoked to hear that they will be playing Civic Theatre, Newcastle on Tuesday 23rd July.

The new album is made up of 11 new tracks including singles Longshot and 2ALL.
‘The Balance’ follows 2014’s platinum-certified debut, ‘The Balcony’ and Top 10 ARIA Chart successor ‘The Ride’, including lead single ‘7’, which hit Gold status in Australia last April. 

Tickets for Civic Theatre Newcastle will go onsale Monday 6th May at 12pm local time.
Pre-sale begins 12pm AEST on Friday, May 3 concluding at 11am local time on Monday, May 6

Sign up to pre-sale here

Catfish And The Bottlemen newcastle tickets

Catfish and the Bottlemen Tour Dates
Brought to you by triple j, XIII Touring and Secret Sounds

July 19 – Spin Off Festival, Adelaide
July 20 – Splendour In The Grass, Bryon Bay – Sold Out
July 22 – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
July 23 – Civic Theatre, Newcastle – New show added
July 25 – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne
July 28 – HBF Stadium, Perth


29 Apr

The Delta Riggs Release New Single ‘Don’t You Frown’

The Delta Riggs have returned with catchy new single ‘Don’t You Frown’, out now on Inertia Music. ‘Don’t You Frown’ premiered last week on triple j’s Good Nights, and is the next taste of the band’s upcoming fourth album due out later this year.

‘Don’t You Frown’ confronts finality and the beginnings of a new chapter with humility and dignified poise, complemented with the band’s usual disarming charisma and knack for melody.

“The song is a posthumous perspective based off a scary experience I had from the effects of touring and living too fast,” says bassist Michael Tramonte. “The fright exposed an urge in me to express my love and appreciation for friends and family and to let them know that I would be sad to look down on them and see people frowning and not moving on with their lives. It’s more a song of celebration over a macabre or melancholic context.”


The single follows previous tracks ‘Out Of Place’ and ‘Fake That’, which served as a wake-up call for an age where Insta-fame, AR, and #fakenews dominate our digital realm. This sincere approach to songwriting saw ‘Fake That’ score a high rotation add on triple j leading into a sold out national headline tour, and clock up over 400k streams on Spotify.


Follow up single ‘Out Of Place’ was also met with widespread love, gaining a rotation add on triple j and clocking up over 270k streams and counting. Early 2019 saw The Delta Riggs take their incredible live show through Queensland on their Summer Szechuan tour, where they played to audiences in Byron Bay, Gold Coast, and Sunshine Coast. This was tailed by the band’s ‘Unscramble Your Lids’ east coast tour, which boasted an enviable supporting lineup of Bec Sandridge, Tiny Little Houses, and Eliza & the Delusionals, and had crowds flocking to fill 800+ capacity rooms.

The new tracks follow the band’s acclaimed 2016 album ‘Active Galactic’, featuring the hit single ‘Baddest Motherfucker In the Beehive’ which has stacked up close to 2million Spotify streams since release. The Delta Riggs have also cut their teeth on some impressive live shows, having supported Foo Fighters, Kasabian, and Primal Scream, plus performing at Splendour In the Grass, Groovin’ The Moo, and Festival of the Sun.

Despite modern pressures, The Delta Riggs have stayed true to themselves. They’ve remained busy on the road, meeting and performing for real people, listening to their stories and creating genuine connections. It’s these stories, mashed with sweat, swagger, and guitars that has influenced the band’s fourth self-produced record, due for release in 2019.


Friday 7th June – Potts Point Hotel – Sydney, NSW
‘Make Boogie Great Again’


29 Apr

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets’ New Music and Biggest Australian Tour To Date

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets are taking 2019 by the horns! Announcing a new single in ‘Bill’s Mandolin’, a new album inAnd Now For The Whatchamacallit’, their largest national Australian tour to date as well as a highly anticipated appearance at SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS, new UK/European tour dates, international festival dates, a worldwide signing to Marathon Records and Australian signing with Caroline Australia, the Perth rockers have laid down the gauntlet for another busy, fruitful year.

The band’s new single, ‘Bill’s Mandolin’ comes at a perfect time for Psychedelic Porn Crumpets. The band, having enjoyed sold out tours through the UK and Australia, have solidified themselves as more than just the Australian buzz export. Eight sold out shows through the UK, plus an impressive debut tour of the US encompassing fourteen shows and a splash at SXSW have turned Psychedelic Porn Crumpets into a strong formidable force on the international stage. Rotation and airplay support for recent releases by Triple J and BBC Radio 1 have bolstered the band’s approach and has extended their reach. The band has carved out a space all their own, and their new single reflects the strength and dynamism continuing to flourish within their ranks.


Taken from the band’s forthcoming record, ‘And Now For The Whatchamacallit’, ‘Bill’s Mandolin’ is another slice of manic Psychedelic Porn Crumpets fury. A continuation of the musicianship fans have seen grow and bolden over the band’s last year of releases, this new single positions them more than ever as a band ready to explode with exciting energy. “When we were in the U.K on our last tour I was given my Grandad’s old mandolin/lute thing which I remember playing as a kid. It was such a nice gift that I had to take back to Australia, the only problem was it didn’t have a case and we had an entire tour in front of us which spanned most of Western Europe plus Australia. I carried it through plenty of customs, slept with it, took it out to pubs, navigated the streets of Amsterdam and passed out with it. It became the tour emblem and once I got back to Perth I felt like I’d done the old girl justice. I wanted to write an Ode to Bill and the travels with the mandolin that summed up the tour and sounded as chaotic as the adventures that ensued.“ Jack McEwan, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets

The band’s third studio album, due out May 31st, marks an exciting new chapter for Psychedelic Porn Crumpets. Recorded between Jack McEwan’s bedroom and Tone City Studios in Perth, mixed by Michael Jelinek (Gunns) and mastered by John Davis (Gorillaz, The Killers), And Now For The Whatchamacallit is representative of the band’s huge developed sound, and is their most anticipated release yet. “The original concept was to take a 1930’s carnival that had been re-imagined for future generations, a collage of Punch and Judy, Carousels and coconut shy’s that progresses in musical concepts and travels with the listener. Then as we started traveling I was swept off into my own kind of circus, the odyssey of touring life. Large nights out, larger characters, drunken recollections of foreign cities and rabbit hole-ing into insanity (kindly illustrated by Quentin Blake)”. Psychedelic Porn Crumpets

Spurred on from international successes through the UK and the USA, where they performed at SXSW for the first time and sold out shows in both LA and New York, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets returned home to Australia in fine form, sights firmly set on tackling The Great Escape in the UK next. Sharing a blistering live show with fans at home and abroad is something the band is well versed in, and taking to the coveted stage at Splendour in the Grass this July is another tick off an extensive bucket list. Ahead of their Splendour appearance, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets are hitting the road for their biggest Australian headline dates in June supported by RAAVE TAPES, including a massive homecoming show at Perth’s Astor Theatre.

The band’s upcoming 20 date international tour will see Psychedelic Porn Crumpets also perform at a selected run of festivals including the UK’s Y Not Festival and Truck Festival, while also supporting Interpol in Germany this May and hitting the Summersonic Festival in Tokyo and Osaka in August.

This massive tour news also coincides with Psychedelic Porn Crumpets signing with Marathon Records for global territories while working with Caroline Australia on a domestic front. Marathon Records, home to the likes of Honeyblood, Jagwar Ma, Jen Cloher and Courtney Barnett, represents some of the world’s most exciting and diverse names, making this new partnership with Psychedelic Porn Crumpets one made in heaven.

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets are lapping up the road-dog lifestyle through 2019, with extensive tour dates locked down for Australian and British fans. If the band’s last runs of shows through each territory were anything to go by, these tickets won’t be hanging around long!


Saturday 27th April Gumball Festival Hunter Valley


Wednesday 12th June Lion Arts Factory Adelaide


Thursday 13th June The Triffid Brisbane


Friday 14th June The Croxton Bandroom Melbourne


Saturday 15th June The Factory Theatre Sydney


Friday 21st June Astor Theatre Perth


Sunday 21st July Splendour In The Grass Byron Bay



Friday 10th May The Great Escape (Patterns)  Brighton UK


Saturday 11th May The Great Escape (Aussie BBQ – Dive Bar Beach Stage)  Brighton UK


Monday 13th May Wedgewood Rooms Portsmouth


Tuesday 14th May The Boileroom Guildford


Wednesday 15th May Clwb Ifor Bach Cardiff


Friday 17th May Stereo Glasgow


Saturday 18th May The New Adelphi Club Hull


Sunday 19th May O2 Academy 2 Leicester


Tuesday 21st May The Shipping Forecast Liverpool


Wednesday 22nd May Voodoo Belfast


Thursday 23rd May The Grand Social Dublin


Saturday 25th May All East Points London


Sunday 26th May Yes Fest Manchester


Tuesday 28th May La Bulle Cafe Lille


Thursday 30th May Ancienne Belgique Brussels


Friday 31st May Best Kept Secret Festival Hilvarenbeek


Tuesday 4th June Palladium Koln

Supporting Interpol


Wednesday 5th June Schlachthof Wiesbaden


Friday 26th – Sunday 28th July Truck Festival Oxfordshire


Friday 26th – 28th July Y Not Festival Derbyshire


Friday 2nd August Krach Am Back Festival Beelen


Friday 16th – 18th August Summersonic Festival Tokyo & Osaka


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29 Apr

NTL Landmarks Highlight their Unmistakable Australian Sound on New Single, ‘Phased’

NTL Landmarks, a Newcastle outfit with an unmistakable Australian sound, have released a new single, ‘Phased’. The new music is the first release of 2019 for the band, who played at The Cambridge Hotel Easter Long Weekend Party with WAAX, Johnny Hunter, Bec Stevens and more.

‘Phased’ was premiered on Triple J Unearthed’s TOPS program this month, the track exploring the paralytic anxieties of decision making; how even going for something your really want can fill you with dread. Although it’s done in an upbeat way, so the track definitely won’t leave you with these feelings- quite the opposite. I imagine the land of indecisiveness to be a cold, dark place. This track transports you to a nice relaxing beach, a tropical themed hotel lobby, it paints indecisiveness with strokes of familiarity, from the comforting Australian twang to the surf-rock sounds.

The track was recorded at ​The Mansion​ (an amalgamation of practice spaces and bedrooms) in Newcastle, and was mixed and mastered by ​Fraser Marshall (PALS)​.

Primary songwriter Ryan Williams​ has a knack for honest songwriting. This new single shows off the band’s distinctly Australian style; calling to mind everything from ​Paul Kelly to ​Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever​.

“My mum went through a big ​Beach Boys​ and ​B-52s​ phase and made us watch documentaries about them around the time we were recording”​ ​Ryan Williams explains. ​“I think the surf-y feeling and keyboard sounds some from those bands. No rock lobsters yet though.”

This song is the first taste of new music from NTL Landmarks since the release of their single ‘The Saint’; which scored a spin on ​triple j’s ​Home & Hosed​ and on ​triple j Unearthed​ too. Over the past year, the band have shared stages with ​These New South Wales​, ​RAAVE TAPES​, ​Sunscreen​, and ​high-tails.​

The song is available on Spotify, Apple Music, Bandcamp, triple j Unearthed, and Youtube.

While you’re listening to the track, please take a minute to appreciate the single artwork by bandmember Gillian Adamson.

NTL Landmarks Newcastle

15 Apr


With Splendour in the Grass now completely sold out, Live Nation is pleased to announce that this year’s festival headliners CHILDISH GAMBINO and SZA, alongside fellow Atlanta hip-hop sensation RUSS, will each play a run of headline sideshows across the country. With the annual Byron Bay festival selling out within a matter of hours, fans will need to move swiftly to secure tickets to some of this year’s most anticipated festival sideshows.

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15 Apr


With Splendour in the Grass now completely sold out, Live Nation is pleased to announce that this year’s festival headliners CHILDISH GAMBINO and SZA, alongside fellow Atlanta hip-hop sensation RUSS, will each play a run of headline sideshows across the country. With the annual Byron Bay festival selling out within a matter of hours, fans will need to move swiftly to secure tickets to some of this year’s most anticipated festival sideshows.

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