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“It is getting close.”
And they’ve dropped a new track to celebrate.
He’ll be dropping three covers in three weeks.
“I don’t know that I’ve done much reflection and sit back and put hands on my hips. I’m more just looking forward to the next goal or the next record or the next show.”
The record has been co-produced by Arctic Monkeys’ producer James Ford.
Your last chance to catch these guys for a while
A genre-spanning celebration.
Tame Impala dominated last year, and now it’s Tired Lion’s turn.
Methyl Ethel are headlining the first and tickets are only $3.
Could this be a hint towards the Splendour and Falls lineups?
Finally Justin Timberlake gets a spin on triple j.
Even more great acts
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