It’s their first Aussie tour since 2014.
Sydneysiders Jenny Broke The Window wandered sheepishly about the stage, shuffling through the dimly lit setup to greet the crowd. There were four of the five members onstage. Todd, we soon learnt, had found himself on a delayed flight, with the remaining members deciding that the show must go on. Right from the start, their
Glaswegian indie notables The Fratellis are striving to regain the momentum that first had everyone singing along to that irrepressibly catchy Chelsea Dagger hook, and they’re not afraid to work hard to get it. Just ask frontman Jon Fratelli, who recently took the time to chat with Music Feeds. A brief hiatus following a tour
When it comes to dynamic, cocksure indie rock with plenty of pop sensibility, catchy singalong choruses, and Scottish swagger, no band can compare to Glaswegian outfit The Fratellis, who first endeared fans with 2006’s Chelsea Dagger and have now announced their Australian return. Following a brief hiatus after touring their 2008 sophomore album, Here We