An ’00s alt-rock dream.
Stages, prepare to be trashed.
Frontman Craig Nichols has also announced his first ever solo show.
The Vines are the last Aussie act to make the cut for the set list of the latest game in the Guitar Hero franchise, Guitar Hero Live. Their 2014 comeback track Metal Zone features in the latest round of additions to the game’s playlist, which also includes tunes by OneRepublic, Paramore, The Mowgli’s, Asking Alexandria,
The Vines frontman Craig Nicholls has teamed up with Nick Littlemore of PNAU and Empire Of The Sun on new project White Shadows, which has now shared its dancey debut single Give Up Give Out Give In. Give Up Give Out Give In (below) was premiered by triple j’s Richard Kingsmill last night, and also
Narc parents, strict teachers, unsatisfied lovers. All your life they’re been telling you to turn off that racket and go get a job. Well, now you can shove it in their collective faces ’cause your years of keeping it real have finally paid off. Right now there is a position available on Seek (see below)
Footage of newly revived rock outfit The Vines tearing up a stage in a Sydney car park for their first performance in almost three years has hit the web. The free gig took place yesterday, Sunday 5th October, in the very same spot the band played their first-ever headline show way back in February 2002.
Reformed rockers The Vines have announced a one-off free show in Sydney this coming October long weekend, giving hometown fans a chance to see the band play live material from their recently released new album. Appearing in the carpark of Marrickville’s Vic On The Park Hotel on Sunday, 5th October, Craig Nicholls and new bandmates
The Vines‘ frontman Craig Nicholls has broken the lengthy media silence in a rare interview following the release of the band’s new album Wicked Nature. Nicholls has shared his feelings about The Vines’ restructure, his self-professed “loner” tendencies, as well as how music has helped him cope with his well documented Asperger’s syndrome, with which
The Vines have unveiled the details of their sixth studio album, Wicked Nature, and shared a new song, Out The Loop, via SoundCloud. Billed as the Sydney garage rock greats’ first independent album, Wicked Nature is out 2nd September and is available for pre-order via PledgeMusic now. Readers can check out a trailer for the
Sydney band The Vines have resurfaced on social media after two quiet years, reigniting hopes that their much-anticipated sixth studio album may make its way to our earholes sometime in the near future. The band updated their Facebook page with its first post since April 2012, posting a photo revealing their new lineup and band
The Vines‘ frontman Craig Nicholls has been arrested by local police in Sydney, after a “violent struggle” at his family’s Connells Point home on the weekend.
Last week The Vines ex drummer, Hamish Rosser, told fasterlouder “the band has broken up”, leading to speculation that The Vines may have in fact broken up.
The Vines are already looking at a new release by the end of the year, or possibly the beginning of next year.
After eight years, two EPs, two albums and countless shows across the country, Red Riders are about to call time on their career with farewell shows in Melbourne and Sydney. The shows will bring a close to a group that, from very early on, were weighed with many expectations; some that were delivered and some
The Vines have not even begun to let the grass grow on new album Future Primitive, out for about a fortnight now, but already the Sydney band are turning their attention towards a new album. Triple J reports that singer with the band, Craig Nicholls, has been talking about a curious album of ‘home demos’
Sydney rock troupe The Vines are the latest in the long line of bands to perform for the Live At The Chapel TV series. The four-piece will take to the stage on Thursday May 26 in what will be the first of the 2011 season from the chapel.
Mixing art music and humanitarian aid, the second annual Design For Humanity has just announced that The Vines will be headlining the event, set to take place on Wednesday the 24th of November at The Oxford Art Factory. The event is a concert meets arts auction where all the proceeds go to UNICEF’s Pakistan Flood