Taken from a forthcoming re-release of their second record ‘Hoops’.
Another huge open air program.
Through rural pubs and surf clubs.
A very impressive all-Aussie lineup.
It’s finally here.
“It’s awesome to see how humbled and appreciative The Rubens are given their success.”
From fast food in the business class lounge to some shameless self promotion, check out the highlights and low points of the tour so far.
The Meeting Tree, 3D babies, bananas and models.
A glimpse into what it’s like to be one of the country’s most in-demand acts on the biggest regional festival tour in town.
A sigh of relief for many
And it’s all ages!
An octopus by Grimes, a dolphin by Rustie or a sandwich by The Rubens could be yours.
Our top predictions ahead of tonight’s big reveal.
What a year it’s shaping up to be for The Rubens. Only two months in and the band has already conquered Triple J’s Hottest 100 with the single Hoops, scored a spot on the Groovin the Moo lineup and announced their own headlining tour of Aus. With plans to write on the road and take their
The Menangle-born boys and friends will play dates in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, with all ages events in Sydney and Melbourne.
Well this was unexpected.
“I don’t get angry at people for eating peanut butter sandwiches when I don’t like peanut butter. Each to his own.”
The muso reckons “triple j listeners have gone a bit soft”.
Lay it Down, boys.
The homegrown indie-rockers’ song ‘Hoops’ took out the number #1 spot in this year’s countdown.