Luckily, there were no serious injuries.
Indeed, the Modest Mouse live structure is impressive for its versatility, its skill and its spectacle.
Back in country for the first time since 2011, Modest Mouse have just announced select sideshows off the back of their appearance at this year’s Bluesfest. Visiting Sydney and Melbourne, playing The Enmore Theatre on Monday 21st March and the Margaret Court Arena on Wednesday 23rd March, the short tour will unfortunately not make it
Ten new artists have been added via a special “Merry Christmas Announcement”.
Modest Mouse have unfurled a very Modest Mouse new music video for their equally Modest Mouse track, The Ground Walks, With Time In A Box off their eighth studio album, Strangers To Ourselves. The clip – a viewing of which is akin to taking a stroll through Westeros whilst zoinked off Dothraki shrooms – could
Modest Mouse have given fans the first taste of their highly-anticipated eighth studio album, Strangers To Ourselves. The album’s first single, Lampshades On Fire, was given its online premiere overnight. Beginning with some bouncy keyboard chords, the final cut of Lampshades On Fire doesn’t sound too dissimilar to the version Modest Mouse first began performing
Washington band Modest Mouse are prepping their eighth studio album for release in 2015, and it looks like fans will get their ears on a first taste from the album in only a few days time. A representative from Epic Records, Modest Mouse’s record label, has reportedly confirmed to Revolt the band’s next full-length release,
US indie band Modest Mouse had a visitor of the celestial kind during their recent set at Austin’s Fun Fun Fun Fest, as an actual meteor blazed right over the festival stage mid-way through their set. The band themselves tweeted a link to a video of the event, where you can watch the meteor fly
Former Nirvana bassist and US electoral reform advocate Krist Novoselic has revealed that he’ll be appearing on the upcoming sixth album from US indie band Modest Mouse. The bassist last appeared on seventh Foo Fighters album, 2011’s Wasting Light Novoselic broke the news himself to Spotify Landmark, while Modest Mouse fan site Interstate-8 reports that
It’s a bittersweet moment for European fans of Modest Mouse, but for the rest of us it’s a straight-up sweet moment. The band have announced that they will be diverting their full focus to studio time in order to wrap up their forthcoming album, coming at the expense of their previously announced tour of UK
American indie-rockers Modest Mouse have debuted a new song live while on tour across the Unites States in support of their upcoming EP, which is yet to be named.
News emerged recently that American indie icons Modest Mouse were in the process of making a new album, and that none other than Big Boi of OutKast was involved in its production, along with Grammy-award winning producer Chris Carmouche. Now, thanks to the folk at TwentyFourBit, it is possible to hear some of the new
American indie rock band Modest Mouse have announced their sideshows for Splendour in the Grass 2011. The band will release a new album produced by Outkast’s Big Boi, the release date is unknown. They recently previewed a new track at Brock Issac Brock’s house. You can check out the full Splendour in the Grass 2011
While tickets are still available for Splendour In The Grass, festival promoters have decided to start announcing Splendour sideshows. Good news for fans in WA as mini festival Bright Side will being taking place for the second year running in WA with Splendour acts The Hives, Pulp, Modest Mouse, Tame Impala, The Kills, The Grates,
Outkast’s Big Boi has revealed via twitter that he is working with Modest Mouse on their new untitled album which is yet to be officially announced. Some of the tweets he’s been posting on the social network site include: “Been camped out in the Lab with Modest Mouse all week, workin’ on the new mouse
Washington Indie Rock band Modest Mouse have shown off a new song during an episode of online WKE web series Don’t Move Here. The show, which a majority of it entails a tour around Brock’s house in Portland, Oregon (complete with a glimpse of his record library and bizarre passion for collecting taxidermy animals), features