Melbourne rockers Children Collide will reunite for one-off shows in Melbourne and Sydney, beginning in their home city later this month. Children Collide released their third studio album, Monuments, in April 2012, only a few months before drummer Ryan Caesar quit the band. Caesar has now returned, and will join bassist Heath Crawley and vocalist/guitarist
Children Collide have put it to their fans to decide the final, official video clip for their latest single My Heart Came Alive. Rather than just releasing it, the band have asked us whether we prefer the clip in vivid colour, or stylish black and white. It’s not as easy as it sounds. Both clips
A new single, a new record, a 16-date Australian tour, a change of drummers, two more singles and another upcoming 25-stop national road trip: it’s been a monument-al 2012 for Children Collide so far. In addition to all the band-related adventure, 2012 has also seen Children Collides’s guitarist and vocalist Johnny Mackay make the personal
Grungy rockers Children Collide and guitarist Roadgeek have edged out the likes of Gotye, Miami Horror, Seeker Lover Keeper and Clare Bowditch to win the top gong in this year’s SoundKilda Music Video Competition. The competition, which is part of the St. Kilda Film Festival currently taking place in Melbourne, features five awards, including Best Overall
Having just released their new album Monument a few weeks ago, Children Collide have announced a run of new tour dates for this August and September, dubbed The Monument Tour. This lengthy 19-date tour will take them through most Australian capital cities as well as a swag of regional centres, including Bunbury, Lismore, Toowoomba, Byron
Children Collide release their new album ‘Monument’ this Friday (20th April), check it out for yourselves right now before its official release.
After wowing Aussie rock fans everywhere with their cracking debut album The Long Now and then repeating and improving the effort with Theory Of Everything, Children Collide are back with another slab of rock – and they’ve done it again with the appropriately titled Monument. With drummer Ryan Caesar quitting the band several weeks ago,
Children Collide have announced the departure of Ryan Caesar in a mutual decision made this week. Caesar has been with the band since early 2007, the fourth drummer since the band’s inception in 2004. The other two members Johnny and Heath will continue to write and tour until a new member is found. Ryan said
After releasing their first single Sword to a Gunfight along with the video clip, attention has turned to what will be the next single. The song Cherries has been selected, and the band want you to help them out with the new video clip. Children Collide want people that go to the Sword to a
Exclusive: Children Collide speak about the making of ‘Sword To A Gunfight’
Sydney indie group Deep Sea Arcade have released their new single Steam in preparation for their debut album Outlands, which is set for release on Ivy League Records on March 9, 2012. In an effort to reach their fans directly, Deep Sea Arcade has made the new single available to stream for all those who
Australian rockers Children Collide are back, and they haven’t returned in a subtle fashion. Oh no, their new single Sword To A Gunfight is one massive track. The single is the first look into their upcoming album Monument which, if this is anything to go by, will be making waves at Triple J this year.
Melbourne indie rockers Children Collide have announced Australian Tour dates for August. It will be the band’s final headline outing in support of their album Theory of Everything dubbed the Loveless tour. The Loveless tour coincides with the release of the video for the single with the same name. Directed by David Michôd (who also
The way Children Collide sound grungier than any directly post-grunge band is confounding. Although they formed some time after the flannel fad ended, Johnny Mackay still wears his hair long ‘n’ greasy and cradles his Fender Jaguar like a Kurt Cobain without the heroin vanguard. Far be it for me to criticise kids, especially Australian
Children Collide and Electronic Arts have announced a unique collaboration that will see the remix of the band’s brand new single ‘Skeleton Dance’, mixed by uber-cool UK band Ladytron, launch exclusively via the highly anticipated release of EA SPORTS™ FIFA 10 on all PlayStation® platforms.
Update: Here is the link to the 2010 line-up http://musicfeeds.com.au/news/2010-festival-of-the-sun-line-up-announced/ With a climate recognised as the best in Australia, the sunny coastal town of Port Macquarie will for the fifth year host Festival of the Sun, at Sundowner Breakwall Tourist Park on December 11-13th.
Following on from a MASSIVE inaugural event last year, The Open Arms Festival is back for 2009.