The inclusive and charitable music festival has dropped its debut lineup.
Sea N Sound is back with its biggest lineup yet.
Featuring a stacked bill of local talent.
Kingswood frontman Fergus Linacre on making the band’s documentary, starting their own hotline for fans and plans for new music.
Say my name, say my name…
Because you can never have enough Kingswood!
“Solid, challenging, and both a blunt and bold declaration of the Kingswood’s new direction.”
Not sure if Kingswood or The Rubens.
‘After Hours, Close To Dawn’ is out 3rd March.
Seeing Kingswood play live is a completely different experience to hearing them recorded.
“There’s such a broad range of music out in the world and I think we only embrace a small portion of it here”
They’ve also confirmed that the new album is finished
Road-testing brand new material.
The Entrance Leagues Club was transformed into a palm tree jungle for the one-of-a-kind Groovin’ The Moo warm-up festival Sweaty Palms, and herds of party animals from across the Central Coast and beyond flocked to attend. Ordinarily populated by the odd handful of grizzled tradies having a weekend punt on the dogs, the Enny was full to
Kingswood are down one bassist.
After all, it can’t be just anyone.
With Kingswood and Tkay Maidza headlining Moonee Valley, better get ready for one hell of a live music extravaganza
Knees weak, arms are heavy!
Plus a whole host of Aussie talent!