Cheers to that!
But only after another national tour.
Rising neo-soul star Ngaiire was a clear standout at BIGSOUND’s Official Closing Party. The petite Papua New Guinean-born singer shows what could happen if Mary J Blige and Erykah Badu brought their voices to a collaboration with M.I.A.’s genre-bending sensibility. Ngaiire’s Rabbit Hole has shimmering pianos and subtle dubstep, whereas the track that she declared
Tasmania’s boutique PANAMA Festival has unveiled its second lineup of acts making their way to the 2015 event, including illustrious homegrown artists like Melbourne’s Courtney Barnett, Tom Iansek’s #1 Dads, psych pop outfit The John Steel Singers and folk singer Darren Hanlon. Also announced for PANAMA 2015 are blues rockers The Furrs, Melbourne-based musician and
Brisbane heroes The John Steel Singers and indie impressionist Jeremy Neale have announced a string of special East Coast co-headline shows for February and March 2014. Dubbed the Boys Gone Wild Tour, it’ll see the two playing double nights in Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne. It’s been a mammoth year for The John Steel Singers, having
Brisbane five-piece The John Steel Singers released their sophomore LP, Everything’s A Thread, earlier this month and are currently wrapping up a national tour with Go Violets. Now it’s been announced that the boys have been added to the lineups for Falls and Southbound festivals! The band will be capping off an epic year with
Things are busy in The John Steel Singers camp. The band have unleashed two new singles and are gearing up to drop their sophomore LP Everything’s A Thread, before embarking on an extensive national tour, but they’ve somehow found time to unveil their new video, Common Thread. With a video produced and directed by Tooth
Keen as mustard for the arrival of their sophomore album Everything’s A Thread, The John Steel Singers have announced a string of tour dates to bring the release to the people. Including 5 states, the national album tour kicks off on Friday, 8th November which, funnily enough, also happens to be the album’s official release
The John Steel Singers are eager to impress the industry movers and shakers making the pilgrimage to BIGSOUND in Brisy by kicking off the week with a brand new single, Everything’s A Thread. The song is the title track and first official single from their new album and it’s kind of a big deal, so
It appears rumours of The John Steel Singers return were accurate, with news today that the celebrated banana benders are back and in fighting form, as demonstrated in their brand-new track State Of Unrest. To drive the message home, the boys will be loading up the van and hitting the road for a run of
The John Steel Singers are teaming up with fellow Australian artist Jonathan Boulet for a joint headline tour cleverly named ‘The Here’s Johnny Tour’ this March and April. The John Steel Singers recently managed to get #52 on
When we last spoke with Brisbane based long haired hippies the John Steel Singers, they were already making quite a name for themselves with a touring schedule that would have put Michael Jackson’s proposed fifty concert residency to shame.
The collision of art-rock, classic pop and indie has never sounded as lush as it does on ‘Masochist’, the first single lifted from Brisbane six piece band The John Steel Singers’ forthcoming debut album.
Sydneysiders Sparkadia will play a number of shows in March and April before they relocate to Berlin, Germany, to write and record the follow-up to their acclaimed 2008 debut ‘Postcards’.
Talking to mates who are in independent bands I get the feeling that it’s not always easy to book gigs in Sydney, let alone around Australia. This is obviously not a problem for Brisbane
The John Steel Singers hail from Brisbane. There are six of them. And they freakin’ love their sixties pop. After scoring a run of pretty decent support slots (the most recent one following The Grates around the country) they’ve let us in on a sweet set of carefully arranged, brightly painted pop. Opening with an