Wet and wild in Sydney’s Domain.
Mumford & Sons are set to kick social injustice right in the balls
British indie-rockers The Vaccines arrive in Australia this November to support Mumford & Sons down the east coast, but the band have finally announced a headline show during their upcoming Aussie trip. Last in the country for Splendour In The Grass in July, The Vaccines have locked in a date at The Triffid in Brisbane
Splendour is a marathon. A three day, beautiful, musical marathon in which you only get out what you put in. Sure Day 1 is a pleasure. You’re there, you’re fresh, you’ve made it. Day 2, especially this year’s Day 2 was a treacherous, nearly impossible struggle with a magical Florence Welch shaped reward for those
Business is booming for Mumford & Sons following the release of their less banjo-y new album Wilder Mind, and to celebrate, they’re coming down to peddle their wares right here in Australia. And bringing some shit hot interns along to help out. Fellow Brits Jake Bugg, The Vaccines and American buzz band Future Islands will
The Vaccines lead-singer and songwriter Justin Young has gone on a pretty spectacular rant this week about his under-appreciated songwriting, his band’s popularity and Glastonbury headliners. Speaking to NME Young said, “it makes me incredibly frustrated when people can’t see how honest I am and how good I am at writing songs, or writing lyrics
If you’re looking for some back-to-back Brit-rock action on your Splendour in the Grass 2015 sideshow calendar then look no further, as The Vaccines and Palma Violets are teaming up to rock your socks with just announced Melbourne and Sydney shows. It’s been a couple of years since both UK outfits visited our fine shores,
Splendour In The Grass 2015 may have already sold out, but festivalheads who missed their chance to nab tickets to the Byron Bay camping spectacular still have a second shot to see some of their favourite acts this year, now that the sideshow parade has officially begun. Plenty of Splendour artists are giving punters a
Back in March, Glastonbury 2013 organisers released their full lineup of music acts but now, in true festival fashion, they’ve announced an even more complete lineup, with a day-by-day, stage-by-stage breakdown and a few acts added to the bill for good measure. Slotted in just before The Arctic Monkeys are set to headline the Pyramid
Two Door Cinema Club are looking for one fan, and three of their friends, to cruise down the river or through a harbour with when they come out to Australia to play a handful of headlining gigs in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. However, the Northern Ireland trio can’t decide which city is best for boating.
As come the summer festivals so too do the multitude of exciting sideshows. The latest comes from Falls Festival’s always enticing lineup in the form of North Irish indie trio Two Door Cinema Club. Having recently released their second LP Beacon, a record that NME gave 8 out of 10, Australian fans will be well-acquainted
London indie rock four-piece The Vaccines released their second LP Come Of Age yesterday on September 3, 2012. With record promotion in full swing, the band’s frontman Justin Young caught up with triple j’s Lewi Mckirdy to discuss the new album and in the process revealed that some of the new songs were crafted in
News that Rihanna doesn’t write her own material isn’t, well, shocking, but the ethical and moral grounds behind having a team of writers has rubbed The Vaccines guitarist Freddie Cowan in a very wrong way. In a recent interview with Digital Spy, Cowan has named and shamed the songstress for carrying on with such practices,
NME has reported that The Vaccines’ Justin Young assures that the band’s upcoming second album The Vaccines Come of Age will be a rawer more stripped-back affair than their 2011 debut What Did You Expect from the Vaccines?.
The Vaccines have made public the cover art (pictured above) and tracklisting of their sophomore record Coming of Age, scheduled for release September 3, 2012. It was way back in January when Music Feeds first got word of the upcoming LP, reporting at the time that the band had managed to secure Kings of Leon/Ryan
British indie group The Vaccines have announced the details for a long-awaited second album. They’ll be heading into the studio this March to record the album with Ryan Adams/Kings Of Leon producer Ethan Johns. They’re currently out in Australia on the Big Day Out 2012 tour, and frontman Justin Young spoke to NME about the
All this week Music Feeds have been giving away tickets to Big Day Out sideshows like no tomorrow. Today we’re giving away two double passes to one of the best indie-rock bands to grace our shores this year. Cage the Elephant are due to land in Australia in a matter of days, fresh off the
Big Day Out 2012 is around the corner, and with the festival comes the sideshows. You may have missed out on scoring yourself tickets to some of the sideshows, but we’ve got you covered.
Having rocketed to success with the speed and grace of some large aquatic marvel, Britain’s The Vaccines are set to hit our shores again as part of next year’s Big Day Out tour, following on from their appearance at Splendour In The Grass back in July this year. With their first two singles Wreckin Bar
London based Indie Rock band The Vaccines have announced some Splendour in the Grass 2011 sideshows. The Vaccines were the first band confirmed on the Splendour line up, when they revealed in an interview that they would be out here for the festival. The band have drawn comparisons to The Jesus & Mary Chain and