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Of Monsters And Men
Of Monsters And Men are heading back to us, today announcing a run of Australian East Coast tour dates for April and May 2016.
New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde and Splendour-bound Icelandic band Of Monsters And Men have been announced as performers on a new birthday album for the Dalai Lama, alongside the likes of Kate Bush, Sting and Bob Geldof. Lorde and Of Monsters And Men will feature on Songs For Tibet II, which will be the follow-up to
Aussie Of Monsters And Men fans are in for a bit of extra love this July, with the Splendour In The Grass 2015 act locking down some extra headlining sideshows on top of their primary engagement in Byron Bay this winter. The Icelandic folk-poppers will perform a pair of east coast dates at The Forum
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Foo Fighters and Muse have been announced atop the first lineup announcement for Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival, which traditionally shares a number of its acts with Splendour In The Grass. The lineup drop means we can officially begin the 2015 Splendour rumour mill and if we’re going off this first announcement, we could be seeing
In a tech savvy society such as ours, mash-ups have been an almost common practice, though there’s still plenty of room to ask the question, “Why isn’t this an actual thing yet?” Well, recently one of those things has become an actual thing yet after some genius, saint, Cadillac amongst men mashed together Disturbed’s Down
The land Of Monsters and Men call home is one of vast, scenic plains, sweeping ranges of edificial mountains, with names like “Eyjafjallajökull”. There are quaint, pastoral acreages, and star-splattered skies awash with the colours of aurora borealis reflected in crystalline bodies of water so pure they mirror the sky sheet as though they were
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Icelandic nu folk wunderkinder Of Monsters And Men have moved their third Sydney show from the Metro Theatre to the Enmore Theatre, following unprecedented demand for their run of Splendour In The Grass sideshows. Extra tickets are now available for the Wednesday, 31st July show but they’re sure to get snapped up super quick, so
We chat to Raggi about the band’s enduring love affair with Australia!
New Sydney show added, all shows bar one sold out!
The last few days have seen a slew of Splendour 2013 sideshows announced and, to be honest, it’s been difficult just keeping track of them all, so here’s the entire bunch of SITG sideshow dates and venues in one easy to consume chunk! Everything Everything, Cold War Kids, James Blake, Haim, FIDLAR, Daughter, Jake Bugg,
Adelaide’s own mini-version of Splendour In The Grass, Spin Off festival, has just dropped its 2013 lineup, with Of Monsters And Men, Passion Pit, FIDLAR and more making their way to the City of Churches. It was already confirmed last week that Icelandic indie folksters Of Monsters And Men would be headlining the proceedings, with
Earlier this week, if was revealed that, for the second year in a row, Adelaide would be hosting the Splendour In The Grass-curated Spin Off festival. With a lineup pieced together with the favourite acts set to perform at its Byron Bay sister event, organisers have now revealed the artist selected to headline. Titans of
Playing Sydney and Melbourne after Splendour!
It’s a big day for the cats behind Splendour In The Grass. Not only have they managed shift to just about every ticket on the market, but the gang have now confirmed that there will be sideshows for some of the lineup, though unfortunately that’s about all the information released. TheMusic.com.au have revealed that main
All the bands from this morning’s announcement!
For Icelandic indie-folk outfit, Of Monsters and Men, the past year has unfolded almost like one of the fantastical tales they so dearly sing about. Emerging from obscurity, the five-piece quickly grew to dominance in 2012, infiltrating the airways and hearts of hipsters around the nation. This was reflected by their number 2 ranking on
Icelandic indie folk crew Of Monsters And Men have pulled back the sheet off their latest video effort. King And Lionheart, featured on the band’s debut album, My Head Is An Animal, has now been complemented with some visual stimuli featuring CGI and a surprisingly gripping storyline. Good prevails over bad in a world doused