Winners are Grinners.
Spanning 10 tracks, the album encapsulates British India’s high-tempo indie rock sound in a new light…
One new album. 32 new shows.
Feat. Ball Park Music, British India and more.
It’s a mammoth tour too.
Tasmania’s all-ages camping festival Party In The Paddock has unveiled its impressively eclectic 2016 lineup, packing the likes of Aussie rockers Violent Soho, Spiderbait and The Preatures, along with rising stars such as Tkay Maidza and producer Roland Tings. Other acts on this year’s lineup include alt-rock outfit British India, electronic duo Vallis Alps, Adelaide
#1 Dads, Courtney Barnett, Hermitude and Vance Joy head up the nominations for the 2015 Carlton Dry Independent Music Awards. The full list of noms has been revealed for the 10th annual event, which is scheduled to take place in Melbourne this October, with the above artists and Chet Faker all contending for the coveted
Port Macquarie’s Festival Of The Sun is back for its eleventh year, packing its biggest ever lineup featuring homegrown acts like Melbourne MC Illy, rockers Jebediah, hip hop outfit Thundamentals, British India, The Delta Riggs and Alpine. Also included in this year’s Festival Of The Sun lineup are Bad//Dreems, post-rockers Sleepmakeswaves, rising electro punk Ecca
British India officially have a choc-o-bloc touring schedule for the rest of 2015. As well as supporting Imagine Dragons on their Australian tour this September, the indie rockers have just dropped a marathon of headlining dates across the country. The Melbourne-bred foursome’s epic Spring Tour will take them all over the nation like a rash,
Melbourne’s annual Heart Of St Kilda Concert will return for the eighth time this September, with a lineup featuring locals such as British India, Kasey Chambers and Aussie rock pioneer Col Joye, as well as a number of comedians. Other musos slated for the Sacred Heart Mission-founded event include Tim Rogers, Rebecca Barnard, Billy Miller
The Pilbara’s North West Festival is back for another year, and has dropped an impressive lineup featuring Birds Of Tokyo, Peking Duk, Angus & Julia Stone, Drapht, Seth Sentry, British India, The Preatures and more. Other acts set to perform at the Western Australian event this August include singer-songwriter, Clare Bowditch, New Zealand musician Tiki
Ahead of their upcoming national tour, Aussie alt-rock outfit British India today premiere Suddenly, their latest music video from recent album Nothing Touches Me, and Music Feeds is proud to bring it to you first. There appears to be no slowing down for the Melbourne lads who, after a decade of making music together just
Bluesfest have let the cat out of the bag
Peter Noble is “trying to come up with the impossible replacement”
“As long as there’s a British India-shaped gap, I think we’ll thrive.”
Having announced their highly-anticipated fifth studio album Nothing Touches Me earlier this month, Melbourne alt-rock outfit British India are now ready to take their new tunes on the road, with a huge album tour locked in for April and May. British India’s 18-date Nothing Touches Me album tour will kick off in Alice Springs on
Melbourne rockers British India will release their fifth studio album Nothing Touches Me this March, and have shared another juicy taste of their next release with poptacular second single Suddenly. As the follow-up to the British India’s 2013 album Controller, Nothing Touches Me is promising to show the next progression in the band’s sound, with
St Kilda’s Prince Bandroom will host a special one-off gig on Australia Day 2015, featuring performances from Tex Perkins & The Ape, British India, Harts and The Cherry Dolls. Tex Perkins & The Ape, consisting of Raul Sanchez of Magic Dirt, Gus Agars of The Dark Horses, Pat Bourke and of course Perkins himself on
Margaret Court Arena will host its first-ever music event on Melbourne Cup Eve, with Dan Sultan, British India, Husky and Lanie Lane all set for Mushroom’s Free For All on Monday, 3rd November. Mushroom Free For All will serve as the premiere event for Margaret Court Arena, with the MCA having been redeveloped into a