“LOCKOUTS AREN’T THE ANSWER. We need our freedom back this isn’t footloose.”
25 acts are confirmed, with more still to be announced.
Fresh from debuting the tune at Splendour
Also includes three of Australia’s best acts.
There was a bittersweet moment for fans of The Preatures at Splendour last night.
It was the group’s final hometown show with guitarist Gideon Bensen.
In an announcement that has shocked fans, guitarist/vocalist of The Preatures, Gideon Bensen has quit the band to pursue a solo career. Benson has recently released his first solo offering titled Cold, Cold Heart EP but was expected to continue as a member of The Preatures. Benson and The Preatures have issued a statement tonight
“Above all I saw ignorance and disrespect for the history of women’s liberation.”
In honour of International Women’s Day.
“It should be treated as something we tackle as a community. Where we consult, we debate, where we stand up and say: this what we want and this is what we don’t want.”
“You mustn’t have left your house past sunset in months…if you had you’d see it’s an absolute ghost town,” wrote the coward punch victim.
What’s more, a stack of them are free.
Slow ticket sales are to blame.
The Preatures‘ guitarist/vocalist Gideon Bensen has surprised everyone, releasing a solo single titled All New Low alongside dates for some solo headline shows. Released on his own label Puncture Records and produced by Tony Buchen (Montaigne, Mansionair), the track sees Bensen embracing a more electronic sound and is but a taste of what is to
The Preatures have had a massive past couple of years. Going from playing the likes of Sydney’s Iguana Bar to Coachella and stages around the world in a few short years, thanks to their hugely successful second EP and it’s titular single Is This How You Feel, the Sydney based five piece went on to
Summer is officially creeping up on us and Corona have your entertainment sorted, with the announcement today that Sydney indie rockers The Preatures will be heading out on a huge national tour, hitting the road for 20 FREE shows this November. The series of 20 unplugged shows will kick off in Western Australia, before hitting
With the 5th annual Yours & Owls Music & Arts Festival kicking off in less than a week now, the time has come to look over the recently announced set times and make a plan of assault. Set to take over Stuart Park in North Woolongong from Friday to Sunday on the October Long Weekend,
Tasmania’s all-ages camping festival Party In The Paddock has unveiled its impressively eclectic 2016 lineup, packing the likes of Aussie rockers Violent Soho, Spiderbait and The Preatures, along with rising stars such as Tkay Maidza and producer Roland Tings. Other acts on this year’s lineup include alt-rock outfit British India, electronic duo Vallis Alps, Adelaide
It promised to bring “a taste of Glastonbury and Coachella” to the picturesque surrounds of New Zealand, and now the new McLaren Valley Festival has come good on that promise, dropping a 2016 lineup featuring English dance duo Disclosure, alt-rockers The Flaming Lips, Kurt Vile & The Violators and Aussies Alison Wonderland and The Preatures.
The annual Yours & Owls Music & Arts Festival has expanded into a three-day affair, with a new all ages day featuring a healthy dose of local festival favourites like The Preatures, The Rubens and The Smith Street Band. Yours & Owls’ all ages day will take place on Sunday, 4th October, after the festival’s