Today’s Tour Guide is bringing you three of Australia’s most critically acclaimed and hardest working young independent bands, with Melbourne boys Bonjah set to kick off their most extensive tour yet, The Holidays embarking on new East Coast dates, and a quick run from Wolf & Cub. Bonjah Beautiful Wild National Album Tour Melbourne-based four-piece
It would have been a humbling view for Sydney band The Holidays as they looked over the crowd at Oxford Art Factory on Friday. The hometown fans stood shoulder to shoulder with all eyes on the dream pop group, who were playing to a sold-out venue as part of their national Real Feel Tour. Real
Sydney-bred heroes of dreamy indie pop The Holidays recently announced the release of their sophomore album, Real Feel, and an accompanying tour, much to the delight of their fans. Before they hit the road they’re gonna hit Music Feeds Studio for a session of Music Feeds LIVE. “I had an idea for a sound that
The new kid on the festival block, Mountain Sounds, has dropped a first lineup announcement today that shows they’re not messing around, with the boutique affair attracting the likes of Cosmo’s Midnight, Jinja Safari, Snakadaktal and Emma Louise. The super smooth lineup also includes The Holidays, Ball Park Music, Softwar, Sticky Fingers and a veritable
Sydney indie pop kings The Holidays are back, today announcing that their sophomore full-length studio album, Real Feel, will be released next month, and as if that ain’t enough good news for one day, they’ll also be hitting the road for a national tour. The follow up to 2010’s Post Paradise will be let loose
Happy Holidays, indeed! Sydney indie pop outfit The Holidays are gifting fans with the video for last week’s single release, Voices Drifting, as well as announcing Brisbane indie quartet Major Leagues as the support act for their east coast tour for September and October, their first live shows of 2013. Voices Drifting is our first
The Holidays have announced that their first headlining shows of the year will take form as an East Coast run throughout September and October. The band will be heading out in support of their latest single Voices Drifting – at radio now – which is the first sample of what we can expect from their
English indie rock band, The Wombats and Aussie indie pop band The Holidays have pulled out of the final Groovin the Moo show at Bunbury, WA on 14th May. The Wombats have been invited to play at BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend, alongside the Foo Fighters, Black Eyed Peas, Lady GaGa, My Chemical Romance and
Aussie annihilation of Austin, Texas is imminent. The musical mojos of Injured Ninja, Operator Please, Bliss and Esso, Hungry kids of Hungary and Washington are set to infiltrate and dominate the South by South West musical festival kicking off on March 15 and going to March 20. Local band The Holidays will be getting amongst
It is a quiet Wednesday afternoon. This would be normal except for the fact that I am on the phone with Simon Jones of The Holidays and his band’s debut album, Post Paradise, is being released in two days.
Following the release of their new single ‘Golden Sky’, Sydney’s The Holidays will be hitting the road again this August for a series of East Coast shows.
A disclaimer to the overworked: listening to the tropical tunes of The Holidays is likely to induce a fatal bout of ‘Cabin Fever’, quickly followed by an immediate request for annual leave and the purchase of a one-way ticket to the Caribbean.
Sydney quartet The Holidays have just announced East Coast headline dates to coincide with the release of their imminent new single ‘Golden Sky’.
Here’s the new video for the Jonathan Boulet remix of The Holidays hit ‘Moonlight Hours’. It’s only just surfaced, and is rather smokin’.
Sydney’s The Holidays are pleased to announce they are soon to hit the open road as special guests of Bluejuice on the latter’s massive upcoming national tour.
Having a band name that represents leisure, recreation, celebration and joy