“I’ve met a lot of albums in my life but few have had an impact on me like you.”
City Calm Down
Their biggest headline shows to date!
They’re back on the road in August.
Playing some of their biggest venues yet!
One of the most impressive music lineups the Sunshine Coast has ever seen!
Looking like they have stepped straight out of an East London club around 30 years back, City Calm Down wowed with a compelling show at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory.
“Sugar Mountain is a music festival for people who don’t always enjoy music festivals.”
For all your future road trips, In A Restless House is a must have.
You know how they say the eldest child is usually the favourite? Well the Lorne leg of the 2015/2016 Falls Festival is getting a bit of extra special treatment, with 28 new acts announced for the bill. The original Falls site, now celebrating its 23rd year in action, completely sold out within hours of tickets
Melbourne indie rockers City Calm Down definitely know a thing or two about hype. After signing to local label I Oh You and delighting us with their Movements EP three years ago, the boys took a minor sabbatical and left fans pining for more broody bravado. Finally, after three long years, City Calm Down have
Sugar Mountain has unleashed the stellar lineup taking to Melbourne’s Victorian College of the Arts in January 2016, featuring the likes of British electro outfit Hot Chip, Aussie rockers Dirty Three and homegrown hero Courtney Barnett. International acts such as Empress Of, Viet Cong and Julio Bashmore will also be heading down under for the
With their national tour set to start this weekend, City Calm Down have just released a hot new single titled Son. Opening with a brooding yet uplifting mix of Samuel Mullaly’s organs and Jack Bourke’s signature baritone vocals, Son is a slow building pop epic. Following in the open spaced vein of the band’s other
They spent the best part of three years working on their debut record, and now Melbourne rockers City Calm Down are heading out on their first-ever national tour this October before their album, In A Restless House, drops in November. Last month, City Calm Down played their first headline show in over two years for
Melbourne four-piece City Calm Down will release their debut album, In A Restless House, this September. What’s more, the band have shared a first taste of the full-length effort with lead single Rabbit Run, and announced a one-off headline show in their home city. City Calm Down made their debut with the Movements EP back
Melbourne four-piece City Calm Down have announced the release of their brand new single, Speak To No End, the first taste of the band’s upcoming double A-Side release, the follow-up to their highly acclaimed Movements EP, which came out late last year. Since the release of Movements, the four mates have embarked on tours supporting
As the third Australian tour from chart dominators and current indie sweethearts ALT-J (∆) edges closer, the band have announced Snakadaktal and City Calm Down supports for their shows, and have also graced us with a state-of-the-art addition to their live performance – a smartphone app that lets you stream and download their shows in
Scottish electro-pop phenomenon CHVRCHES have announced plans to perform in Australia for the first time ever. Even though they’ve only been on the scene for a short time, the trio has caused a massive fuss with a year that’s already consisted of tours through out US and Europe. It was the group’s maiden single Lies
Melbourne experimental/electro four-piece City Calm Down are back on our screens – releasing the video to their new single Sense of Self. And it’s a pretty weird one too. The clip features one main character in a variety of settings: she wakes up on a mattress in a parking lot, and then proceeds to spend