It just keeps getting bigger!
All Our Exes Live in Texas
Attn: boot-scootin babies.
“Getting rid of single use is the way of the future.”
The Griswolds, L-Fresh The Lion and more head up this year’s festival.
Cheers to that!
‘Eventually’ + Piano Accordian = Awesome
19 shows, one huge country.
Headlined by Marlon Williams And The Yarra Benders.
“I, for one, do not support live music venues in Australia that do not support equality, woman and diversity.”
Hermitude’s L Dubs, All Our Exes Live In Texas and more join the MC for an uplifting cover of Meg Mac’s ‘Roll Up Your Sleeves’.
Fast approaching its fifth birthday, the Riverboats Music Festival has just released the line-up for 2016’s event with Missy Higgins, You Am I and The Church set to headline. Returning to the banks of the Murray River at Echuca-Moama from Friday 19th of February to Sunday the 21st, this year’s line-up is bigger than ever
The annual four-day artistic gumbo that is the Mullum Music Festival has lifted the skirt on its 2015 festivities, revealing a bill of over 80 national and international acts from the music world and beyond. This year’s event will be headlined by Canadian troubadour Ron Sexsmith, with performances by an eclectic array of international acts,
The 2015 Queenscliff Music Festival lineup has expanded, with the addition of 10 more acts. The second lineup announcement for the 19th annual event sees Augie March, L-Fresh the Lion. and The Snowdroppers join the fray, alongside hard-hitting Hammond Organ Trio Cookin’ on 3 Burners, who will be performing with special guest frontman Tex Perkins.
Sydney’s Small World Festival has announced an impressive homegrown lineup for 2015, featuring the likes of Aussie rock royalty The Church, face-melting duo DZ Deathrays, sonic innovators PVT and Sydney supergroup Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders. Also named on this year’s Small World lineup are Sydney boys Palms, indie-folk four piece All Our Exes Live
A brand-new Americana-themed festival called Dashville Skyline will hit New South Wales’ Hunter Valley this October long weekend, and today the event has made its first artist lineup announcement. The first-ever Dashville Skyline will feature performances from Canadian songwriter Afie Jurvanen, aka Bahamas, Australian alt-country band Wagons (pictured), Sydney four-piece All Our Exes Live in
Sydney outfit All Our Exes Live in Texas have done what all good Americana-influenced acts do, and channelled some obviously severe break-up trauma into their art. The result is, surprisingly, an hilariously violent, cameo-filled, no-holds-barred soccer match, the emotional and physical pain scrutinised frame by frame in the video clip for debut single Tell Me.