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Zulu Winter outside the Great Northern Hotel in Byron Bay 26/07/2012

Watch: Zulu Winter Busking In Byron Bay Pre-Splendour 2012

Written by Sneha Dave on July 26, 2012

British five-piece Zulu Winter kicked off Splendour festivities a little early this evening with an impromptu busking sesh outside the iconic Great Northern Hotel. Warming the burgeoning crowd for the triple j Pre-Splendour Party, onlookers were treated to acoustic renditions of their jams. Finial number We Could be Swimming drew the crowd like a moth to a flame.


Update 27/07: Splendour in the Grass 2012 Day One Live Updates, Photos, Video interview is here


Their debut album, Language, dropped in May and their playful indie anthems have gone down a treat. If you aren’t familiar with these kids, I highly recommend checking them out this Sunday at the Supertop Stage at 2:20pm. I have no doubt they’re going to be huge in no time. To give you a preview in the meantime, check out the live video and gallery below.

For now, stay tuned to Music Feeds for upcoming photos from the triple j Pre-Splendour Party and the latest Splendour news.

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