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Brace for a more upbeat sound.
We’re gonna sleep well tonight.
Something is coming.
Chance The Rapper and Wilco plus special performances from Bon Iver, Justin Vernon & Aaron Desnner.
A gorgeous duet on ‘I Need My Girl’.
For an epic new tribute album curated by The National.
Featuring over 6 hours of music and 60 artists, Barnett is one of the latest names to join the epic tribute that is also set to feature the likes of The Flaming Lips and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.
Auckland City Limits, the Kiwi spinoff of iconic Texan musical extravaganza Auckland City Limits, has unveiled its inaugural lineup and it’s basically a mini-Bluesfest. Aussie punters not willing to commit to the monster 5-day Byron Bay bonanza may well consider hopping a plane to NZ for the debut instalment of Aukland City Limits, with Bluesfest
The National have unveiled a tasty scoop of the fresh new material that they’ve been working on, presumably for their forthcoming seventh studio album. Matt Berninger & co pulled the surprise new setlist addition out of their proverbial hats during a Los Angeles benefit show for Cooperative Education, a charity co-founded by the frontman’s cousins.
Despite their other side projects, The National have begun work on a new album frontman Matt Berninger has told NME. Still working on his side project EL VY with Menomena‘s Brent Knopf, Berninger nevertheless had some time to talk about The National, the new album and how it’s all shaping up. “We did a camp
They promised they would shake things up in 2016, and by gum, they have. The first Bluesfest lineup has just landed, revealing that next year’s festival will be led by none other than The National. Joining The National on the monster bill for the 27th annual Byron Bay event will be legends UB40 and City
Punk and alt rock extravaganza Riot Fest has revealed hugely impressive lineups for its Chicago and Denver festivals, which once again has many of us seething at our unavoidable geographical handicap. Key players on this year’s bill include the incomparable The Cure, Jane’s Addiction, The National, Rise Against, Slayer and the Wu-Tang Clan. Celebrating its
There’s no more iconic venue to play in Sydney than the Opera House forecourt — a stage that American band The National will take to in early February. Last here for a “whirlwind” headline set at Splendour in the Grass 2013, the band is set to return for a longer jaunt across the country. Capped
Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival has revealed it’s 2014 lineup, delivering a harsh reminder of Australia’s crippling geographical isolation. Headliners include Nine Inch Nails, Disclosure, Queens Of The Stone Age, Neutral Milk Hotel, Pixies and Kendrick Lamar. The festival took a unique approach to unveiling the bill, using the form of a 26-minute short film, Line-Up,
The National guitarist Aaron Dessner has revealed that the band’s follow-up to this year’s well-received album Trouble Will Find Me will sound more “simple” and “raw”, but work will only start after a year-long break from touring. Speaking with NME, Dessner positioned his band’s next studio effort as a sort of reaction against their very
The National, DJ Shadow and more!
The National have announced a second show at the Sydney Opera House Forecourt as a part of their 2014 Australian tour, with the indie giants now playing back-to-back shows on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th February due to overwhelming demand. The Brooklyn-based quintet were only just in town for a one-off Splendour In The Grass
The National have tapped their inner child for the video to their latest single, Graceless. The video adds to the heap of evidence supporting that no matter what you do, if you do it in black and white, it looks classy. Suiting up in some fine apparel, the band members seem to be ticking off