“I thought the hairs on my arms were going to fly away they stood up so fast. I fell in love with you in that moment.”
The pop-up tent city on the vast flats surrounding the North Byron Parklands was already well populated as the sun began to rise on the first day of 2014. In the days that followed, Falls Festival’s inaugural leg in Byron Bay would be a blur of brilliant musicianship, enchanting art installations and eccentric sideshows all
Canadian indie rock trio Born Ruffians will be hitting our shores soon for their third trip as a band, playing Falls Festival and their own headlining dates armed with new record Birthmarks. Lead vocalist Luke Lalonde took some well-earned downtime in a Toronto coffee shop and called in to chat to the velvet-lunged Mike Hohnen
Armed with their glorious new record Birthmarks, Canadian indie rock trio Born Ruffians have announced they will be once again heading Down Under for what will be their third adventure throughout our country. Arriving in December, the lads have announced two headlining shows; one for Melbourne and one for Sydney. You may think that you’ve
I’ve already had the pleasure of seeing Born Ruffians play live twice, but when I heard they were hitting our shores once more this year I couldn’t resist the temptation. A Born Ruffians show simply never gets boring. This is partially thanks to vocalist Luke LaLonde’s trademark high-pitched voice, which is a hard act to
I had what I can only consider to be the pleasure of listening to the new Born Ruffians album Say It, due to be released on the 28th of May. This Canadian born trio recorded their album in two and a half weeks alongside producer Rusty Santos (Animal Collective, Panda Bear). Compared to the likes
Following a massively successful Australian tour in 2009, Canada’s Born Ruffians return with their highly anticipated new album, ‘Say It’, this 28th May on Warp.