God dammit we’re good at this.
They’re returning in August with their fifth album ‘Boy King’.
Following this morning’s news that Splendour In The Grass-certified singing talent Sky Ferreira would supplement her Byron appearance with two sideshows, Wild Beasts have now announced two headline dates set for Melbourne’s Prince Bandroom and Manning Bar in Sydney this July. Kicking off this Monday, 28th July at Manning Bar, the English four-piece will be
English indie rock sweethearts Wild Beasts are well on their way to world domination, unleashing their new single Wanderlust and gearing up for the release of their fourth full-length studio album next month, Present Tense, and frontman Hayden Thorpe dropped by to tell us all about it. Thorpe says that the making of Present Tense
Last night at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory, Kendal’s finest Wild Beasts played a frankly mesmerising Splendour in the Grass side show. Now, Hayden Thorpe, Tom Fleming and the boys have unveiled the new video to the latest single from their current album, Smother.
With their latest album Smother seeing them reach their highest position on the UK Albums Chart to date (#17), Wild Beasts are a band whose choice to experiment with their sound has been well and truly vindicated. The album seeing the band embrace synthesizers and samplers as well as software such as Logic to explore
English Indie rock band Wildbeasts have announced their Splendour in the Grass 2011 Sideshows. The last time the band hit our shores was way back in February 2010, this time they will return on the back of a new album Smother as well as the inclusion of a new touring member Katie Harkin from Sky
Domino Records, the now legendary London imprint who count the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Wild Beasts, Cass McCombs and Franz Ferdinand among their roster, have announced that they are to launch a special new radio station. The Guardian reports that Radio Domino will draw on the spirit of the “John Peel Show, Radio Caroline and
Wild Beasts, the literate artisans from Kendal, Cumbria, have their third album coming out in Australia on May 6. Entitled Smother, the new LP is the follow-up to 2009’s Two Dancers.
The best band in Britain these days are without doubt Cumbria’s Wild Beasts, whose sole trip to Australia was in February 2010, and now the four-piece have announced the release of their third album, the follow-up to 2009’s Two Dancers.
Sometimes once is not enough. Nothing beats the experience of watching your favourite band in a festival setting but some bands so are so great that they need their own stage, their own night.