One of Madchester’s most iconic acts the Happy Mondays will be visiting our shores in May for the first time with the definitive original lineup that includes Shaun Ryder on lead vocals, his brother Paul Ryder on bass, lead guitarist Mark Day, drummer Gary Whelan, and of course Mark “Bez” Berry upping the vibes with
The Underground Lovers have announced some acoustic and full-band shows to kick things off in 2012. The Melbourne band will play an unplugged show at the Pure Pop Records courtyard in Melbourne this Sunday January 8th and again on January 15th. Then they will get the drum kit back out in February with shows announced
Melbourne band Underground Lovers are reforming for 2 shows in Sydney and Melbourne in November. They have been announced on the back of the release of their retrospective, Wonderful Things. The record is a “guided tour over the band’s’ lengthy career” and includes the songs Holiday, I Was Right and Leaves Me Blind.
Recently reunited Melbournites Underground Lovers have announced they will be releasing a new album next year, marking the first new music from the band since 1999.
Underground Lovers are Australia’s answer to the likes of Joy Division, New Order and the Cure, bridging the gap between traditional drums and guitar rock, and electronic beats and atmospheric melodies.
The original line up of Melbourne’s seminal, much loved 90s band UNDERGROUND LOVERS has reformed for three exclusive performances this December