“We understand the trap we are caught in.”
She’s the first act to speak out about the band’s controversial place on the bill.
It will be the divisive band’s second Australian festival since a 12-month hiatus.
Organisers have released a statement to Music Feeds.
Paddy Cornwall has accused Plum of “abusing” his girlfriend.
The band have also removed the words “to all the haters, we are better than you” from a recent Instagram post.
“This is the last time we will address these rumours, and the last time we’re gonna talk about the ‘Hack’ interview.”
Following a divisive first interview since a 12-month hiatus.
Listen to the interview in full.
“I’m now being seen as a symbol of something I detest – a racist woman-basher.”
Organisers have defended their decision, saying the band “will never be everyone’s cup of tea”.
They’re officially back.
Looks like Sticky Fingers are back from hiatus.
Back with “a fucking vengeance”, indeed!
A glimpse into the pressures of life on the road.
“There’s a huge difference between hiatus and breaking up.”
“A plethora of dabbers, indie kids and fans of cricket memes called the campsite home – the festival felt like a cross-section of the Australian national music psyche. “
This could be their swan song.
They will be playing their Aussie NYE festivals.
An incident on Friday night left Plum feeling “very shaken”.