“All up, I think we spent about nine months in there – and it definitely got a bit weird there toward the end.”
Band Of Skulls
Off the back of their new album ‘By Default’
‘By Default’ is out Friday May 27.
By Default is out may 27.
Byron Bay’s Bluesfest was left with a Black Keys-shaped hole in its lineup this week after drummer Patrick Carney’s ongoing shoulder injury forced the blues rockers to cancel their upcoming Australian tour dates. Intriguingly, today the festival have revealed they will be keeping the name of the Keys’ replacement act a secret until festival day.
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Band of Skulls’ Emma Richardson sounds ruined on the phone. It’s understandable, after a solid year of touring the world in an explosively popular band. They return to Australia next April to play Bluesfest, headline shows of their own, as well as dates with The Black Keys. For now, though, Emma and her bandmates are
Breath a sigh of relief, QLD!
Southampton rockers Band Of Skulls have announced two Bluesfest 2015 sideshows for Melbourne and Sydney, which will see the band play intimate venues in both cities. Band Of Skulls were last in the country for a run of east coast shows in June, in celebration of their third studio album, Himalayan, which was released in
The organisers behind A Day On The Green have today announced a brand new sister festival for younger punters, which will debut next April. Dubbed Rolling Green, the inaugural event will be headlined by blues rock duo The Black Keys, with support from Spiderbait, Band Of Skulls, and Bad//Dreems. It’s been a big day for
Southampton rock heavyweights Band Of Skulls are returning to Australia for a whirlwind run of east coast tour dates, to celebrate the release of their third LP, Himalayan, due out in stores this coming 28th March. After the success of 2012’s release Sweet Sour, which hit the ARIA album chart at 35 and birthed successful
Band Of Skulls are gonna be back in a big way in 2014, with the English alt rock trio set to release their third studio album, Himalayan, next March, preceded by lead single Asleep At The Wheel, for which they’ve today dropped a video for. The Asleep At The Wheel clip sees the outfit play
Whoever said rock’n’roll music is dead obviously hasn’t been to a Band of Skulls show. The Southampton three-piece tore the roof down last night at their sold-out Factory Theatre show with their hook-heavy, riff-ladden rock and penchant for bluesy distortions. Swathed in all-black ensembles, the Band of Skulls strode onstage to a warm welcome and
Escaping to a quiet country town and smashing a few bottles of red wine proved to be the perfect way for UK indie trio Band Of Skulls to deal with second album syndrome.