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Powderfinger Footprints: Full Biography + Previously Unreleased Tracks

Written by John Ritchie on October 7, 2011

Powderfinger have announced more details on their upcoming biography Footprints and there will be no reunion shows. The book is due out November 8th and will include 2 previously unreleased tracks, Empty Space one of the new tracks will hit the radio airwaves on Monday morning. There will also be an official video released for Empty Space in the coming weeks.

The description of the book reads:

The inside story of Australia’s best loved band. For the first time, Bernard, Darren, Ian, John and Jonathan look back and tell their whole story from childhood to their final farewell.

Written with journalist Dino Scatena, the up-until-now very private members of the band have opened up to detail the full history of Powderfinger. From their early days at the Orient Hotel to packed stadiums around the country and multiple Aria awards, this illustrated edition will feature the never-before-seen photos of the local Brissie boys who became Aussie rock icons.

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