Birds of Tokyo
Up the Aussies.
“Not only did we get to play our favourite song ever written, we did it in Melbs with one of our fav humans.”
Brace for Birds Of Tokyo.
Australian Open 2017 will be more like Big Day Out 2017.
“Brace for the end of mum rock: Birds Of Tokyo have come home to roost with their heaviest album in close to a decade.”
Brace for impact.
Aussies killing it again
Including Meg Mac, Flight Facilities, Seth Sentry and Birds Of Tokyo
Even mother nature put on a show.
“[We’re] just kinda tired of everyone making ‘chill’ music….snooooooze.”
With a little help from some more Southbound friends.
Now this is a lineup
Troye Sivan, KLP, Tuka, 5 Seconds Of Summer, Birds of Tokyo and more.
Ivan Ooze wraps up his high-energy, double-fist-pump heavy set with, “You guys have been the fuckin’ gnarliest festival crowd we’ve played for.” Let’s be honest, it may be early afternoon, but ‘fuckin’ gnarly’ is pretty standard for Newy. The menacing storm clouds provide the perfect backdrop for this Halloween party. Newcastle’s foreshore is littered with
Birds Of Tokyo have swooped in with a surprise cover of The Weeknd’s funky cocaine love song, I Can’t Feel My Face. Three members of the flock teamed up with the folks at iHeartRadio to cover the Canadian funkster’s smash hit single, during their current promo lap of the US in honour of their new
Melbourne Zoo has unveiled the long list of acts who will be performing as part of its series of Twilights concerts in 2016, including the likes of indie-pop outfit San Cisco, Perth rockers Birds Of Tokyo and roots outfit John Butler Trio. Other acts featured on the eclectic 2016 Melbourne Zoo Twilights program include Jebediah,
Sydney’s 2016 Twilight At Taronga music program has been unveiled, with super-talented acts like Courtney Barnett, Josh Pyke, Birds Of Tokyo, John Butler Trio and The Waifs to perform near the homes of some super-cute Aussie animals. Other acts set to perform against Taronga Zoo’s harbour views next year include Missy Higgins, Björn Again, Violent
Birds Of Tokyo have let fly a brand new music video for their latest single, I’d Go With You Anywhere. The clip, helmed by prolific Aussie director Josh Logue (Daniel Johns, Empire Of The Sun), features frontman Ian Kenny strolling across breathtaking urban and natural Australian landscapes before (appropriately) having dealings with some actual birds