The festival has landed its first-ever international headliner.
It’s expanding to three days!
A replacement is set to be announce soon.
“Honestly our band would probably live in Australia if we could; I don’t know why we shouldn’t. Maybe we should.”
It’s finally here.
This pretty much makes them Aussies now, right?
In support of their newly-announced album, Big Mess.
The final day!
Californian indie rockers Grouplove have rapidly earned a reputation for raucous live shows and crowd-pleasing antics on their back-to-back headlining tours. The band will be hitting our shores once again in support of their Splendour In The Grass 2014 set, playing sideshows alongside the ever-charming Mikhael Paskalev. Along with their critically acclaimed debut Never Trust
In case you hadn’t already made up your mind about who you’re going to see when you roll up to the North Byron Parklands in Byron Bay this July, we’ve decided to put together a quick list of the bands and artists from the 2014 Splendour In The Grass lineup that we personally can’t wait
Grouplove epitomise summer so it’s appropriate that the six piece Californian band is here for the notoriously hot Big Day Out – a staple of Australia’s warmer months. Saturday night was a colder-than-average night for a Sydney January but inside the Metro Theatre it was boiling. The band entered the stage in a questionable, genre-bending
Pearl Jam purr, Beady Eye satisfy and Tame Impala ascend
Los Angeles indie outfit Grouplove have invited fans to stream their new documentary, I’m With You, directed by Sam Erickson of 44 Pictures (My Morning Jacket, Dave Matthews). The film documents the band’s stay in New York City while on tour, and traces their unique history. Grouplove will soon be in the country, performing as
Grouplove and CSS have announced that they have joined forces to bring fans a Big Day Out 2014 sideshow that will leave their endocrine systems dangerously low on endorphins and their pores drowning in sweat when the two play shows in Melbourne and Sydney this January. Joyous indie-pop five-piece Grouplove kicked off the year with
As she was busy running around LA, Grouplove keyboardist and vocalist Hannah Hooper was kind enough to accept an international call from the ol’ Music Feeds HQ to partake in the latest episode of our podcast. With a new album on the way and a slot at Big Day Out 2014 locked in, it couldn’t
As they hit the highways of North America in support of Grouplove, Aussie crew The Rubens have demonstrated to our American brothers and sisters just what they’re capable of – The Rubens have released a self-shot mash-up featuring their hit My Gun with Grouplove’s latest Ways To Go. Shot in what looks like the band’s
It’s a good day to be a fan of Grouplove, with the outfit releasing not just the music video for their single Borderlines And Aliens but also the whole of their upcoming album Spreading Rumours, which is now streaming online thanks to the good guys at NPR. Borderlines And Aliens saw the band team up
Snoop Dogg, Major Lazer and The Lumineers and stacks more – details here!
Having teased the world with news of their sophomore album earlier this year, Grouplove have returned with a slightly more official announcement, releasing first single Ways To Go and firming up the details on second album Spreading Rumours. The album will hit shelves both physical and otherwise Friday, 20th September. Having stolen our attention with
Grouplove are hard at work on their second album after drummer Ryan Rabin revealed the news to American radio station KROQ with an unexpected phone call. DIY reports that the call was instigated after Rabin’s mother heard one of the band’s songs being played on the station. After telling her son the good news, he