This year’s Festival Of The Sun just got a whole lot bigger, with the addition of 15 new acts to the lineup including the likes of Sydney four-piece The Lulu Raes (pictured), indie duo Polish Club, Byron Bay trio Skegss and alt-rockers The Owls. Other acts amongst the pack of new additions include Dusty Boots,
Cronulla’s favourite alleyway festival is back for another round, with the one-day Sounds Of The Suburbs 2014 festival announcing its lineup will be led by reformed roots outfit The Beautiful Girls, US alt-rap eccentrics Antwon and Californian alt-rockers Tomorrows Tulips. The festival which takes place on Sunday, 28th September, will this year be presented by
Today’s Tour Guide presents a sublime blend of Australian talent that ranges from veterans of the game, to experienced live performers, as well as some up-and-comers, to wit, we have announcements from the mighty Bodyjar, the lovely Audreys, and a string of dates from The Owls. Bodyjar 2014 East Coast Tour Few bands are able
The last we heard of The Owls, they were unveiling their sublime single Krakow, the first taste of their forthcoming Own the Streets EP. Since then, the boys have released an accompanying music video, announced new tour dates, and now they’ve unveiled their raucous new single, Ocean. Since forming in 2008, everyone from Triple J
Following a busy 2013 that saw them tour alongside The Cribs, The Jezabels, and DZ Deathrays, embark on an extensive East Coast headline tour, all the while working on new material, alt-rockers The Owls have returned with Krakow, the first taste of their upcoming EP, Own the Streets. Produced by Lachlan Mitchell (The Jezabels), Krakow
Having recently announced their return with the release of their triumphant Swamp Love EP, Newcastle four-piece The Owls are diving head-first back into gigging, unveiling a string of East Coast dates, including a support slot for Wolf & Cub. Forming in 2008, frontman Josh Bailey, lead guitarist Lewis Gillespie, drummer Matthew McDonough, and bass player
Australian hard rock aficionados could be forgiven for wondering just where The Owls have been for the past 18 months. The Newcastle band’s debut single Go Let It Go spun them onto the circuit, scoring them a coveted triple j Unearthed spot on the 2010 Fat As Butter stage, and the EP it was lifted
Australian alternative rockers The Owls are hitting the road to toast their second EP Swamp Love, due out November 9 via Green Media Distribution. The follow-up to 2010’s self-titled EP – which produced the radio played single Go, Let It Go – Swamp Love can already flaunt the band’s current guitar-driven single Better Off Deaf.