Doin’ Oz proud.
Spoiler: Expect new tunes!
Love it? Hate it?
Their biggest headline tour to date.
The event’s Aussie contingent just got a whole lot bigger.
Big Scary bring their unique brand of catchy pop rock to 170 Russell tonight in their first Melbourne show in three years
From the soaring sounds of Angel Olsen to the raucous rumble of Japandroids.
“There’s a raw energy that we’re chasing”
Ambitious, diverse, sometimes a little confusing, but always compelling
Another taste of their upcoming album ‘Animal’.
They’re hitting all the main cities a month after the release of ‘Animal’.
Big Scary, DMA’s, The Living End, Ball Park Music, Tkay Maidza and many more.
First there was rumbling in the bush, now Big Scary have let out an almighty roar that is the latest official single, dubbed Over Matter, taken from their forthcoming album Animal. Populated by Tom Iansek’s unmistakable falsetto and sustained by Jo Syme’s optimistic beat, Over Matter takes the listener on a six-minute sonic, allowing for moments
It’s coming in September, three years after their last album.
For a good cause.
Including Violent Soho, Big Scary, The Smith Street Band & more.
UPDATE 14/09/16: The 2017 Laneway Festival lineup has now been announced. ORIGINAL STORY: Your official Laneway Festival 2016 lineup announcement has arrived, with the likes of Grimes, Flume, CHVRCHES, Beach House and Violent Soho set to take the stage at next year’s event. Other acts announced on the festival lineup include Fidlar, Big Scary, DMAs,
Each week the Music Feeds team hunt down their favourite new tunes, bundle them up in some, often highly legible, words and bring them to you. It’s Music Feeds Faves. Husky – Let It Happen (Tame Impala Cover) After last weekend’s Splendour, where Let It Happen was inarguably the song of the weekend, reverberating around
Big Scary singer Tom Iansek is currently wrapping-up his solo #1 Dads tour which will finish at Splendour In The Grass next week, but after that he’s straight back into Big Scary mode. According to the duo’s label Pieater there’s something brewing over at the Big Scary which will be revealed 28th July. Speaking to