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Nathan Hudson, frontman of Sydney indie rockers Faker, has walked away from a car crash in New Mexico. According to Hudson’s personal blog, he lost control of his 1994 BMW on an icy road and flipped it over the guard rail. You can read Hudson’s full blog post down below, and check out the photos
It feels like an age since Faker hijacked Australian airwaves with their juggernaut single This Heart Attack. At that time (2007) the four-piece from Sydney seemed set for dominance. However, what followed between then and now was, at least from an outsider’s perspective, not much. Then in November 2011, Faker uploaded an open letter on
Faker have announced a run of 2011 tour dates, which will be their first national tour in three years. Kicking off in Byron Bay on 20th October, the Faker: Live! national headline tour will take in fourteen dates through five States & Territories this October and November, wrapping up with a hometown show on 11th
The kerfuffle over Faker frontman Nathan Hudson’s allegations that he was assaulted in a homophobic attack after a gig at Launceston venue the Hotel New York has taken a new twist with Hudson issuing a statement that he doesn’t want the incident to appear “less substantial” because he was drunk.
Frontman with veteran Sydney rockers Faker, Nathan Hudson, has alleged that he was beaten up after a gig in Launceston, Tasmania, and that the attack was homophobic in nature. Hudson posted on his Twitter account yesterday (Sunday), “My recollection of last night is that I got beat up by the manager of Hotel New York,