Brisbane alt rockers Dead Letter Circus are back in business and, after teasing us last week, the band have today shared the full version of While You Wait, the first single from their forthcoming third album. Speaking to triple j, vocalist Kim Benzie said Dead Letter Circus’ 2014 Stand Apart EP “unveiled a really different
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Aussie alternative rock stalwarts Dead Letter Circus aren’t keeping fans waiting for a taste of their upcoming third album, after announcing the imminent release of brand-new single While You Wait and a national tour to boot. The Bris Vegas-bred fivesome will perform five intimate dates in capital cities across Australia this July in honour of
Some of Australia’s best-loved musos (and a few much-loved international acts) have teamed up to raise money for two local charities, by auctioning off some unique and super-collectible items. Announced today, and led by Byron Bay post-hardcore band In Hearts Wake, the auction includes items donated by the likes of local acts The Amity Affliction,
Brisbane rockers Dead Letter Circus have announced a huge national tour for December 2014, with shows lined up in Adelaide, Perth, Bunbury, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Wollongong. After co-headlining a tour with Karnivool last summer, selling out their acoustic tour and releasing new EP Stand Apart, Dead Letter Circus are poised to bring the full
Dead Letter Circus have taken to social media to address the response to their much talked-about cover of Rage Against The Machine‘s Killing In The Name. In a lengthy statement, the band say that among the motivations for their Like A Version cover was Australia’s current political climate. The band open by saying that they
Following on from this morning’s appearance on triple j’s Like A Version, where they took on a Rage Against The Machine classic, Dead Letter Circus have announced three intimate shows in which the band will perform as a full acoustic version of themselves. The Brisbane progressive rock outfit demonstrated their acoustic chops this morning on
Brisbane’s favourite progressive rock outfit, Dead Letter Circus, have announced a new 19-date tour, which will see them sweep across regional Australia. ‘The Insider Tour’ kicks off this May and serves as the follow-up to their massive co-headline tour with old mates Karnivool back in January. The band’s sophomore album, The Catalyst Fire, debuted at
It’s time for El Grande Festival take 3, with Queensland’s much-loved day of rock, roots and hip hop back in 2014 at a brand new venue, with Brisbane alt rock favourites Dead Letter Circus set to headline. The boys that brought you last year’s massive The Catalyst Fire will be joined by Helm, Sietta, The
Sydney hip hop crew Thundamentals and Brisbane’s Violent Soho have regrettably withdrawn from the Sunshine Coasts’s Big Pineapple Music Festival 2014 due to scheduling clashes. The two bands were announced last month as part of the Saturday 17th May lineup which will still be headlined by crowd favourites The Living End and Bliss N Eso.
Brisbane dwellers Dead Letter Circus have released their latest video for I Am, the most recent single from their album The Catalyst Fire, which debuted at #2 on the ARIA Charts back in August. The clip continues the fantastical saga that commenced with the band’s video for single Lodestar. “We are super pumped to unveil
Following on from taking away their first-ever ARIA, due to high demand Karnivool have sold-out their Sydney show with buddies Dead Letter Circus and so today are announcing a second Sydney gig for the national Polymorphism Tour. It’s been a very busy few months for Karnivool, who released their third album Asymmetry worldwide back in
Hot on the heels of a national tour supporting Dead Letter Circus and The Butterfly Effect, Melbourne rock act Sleep Parade have announced their official album launch at the Corner Hotel in Melbourne on Friday, 14th December, previewing tracks from sophomore effort Inside/Out. It’s been a long time between records for the band, who released
With their latest, chart-topping album Asymmetry still fresh from the printers, Karnivool are getting together with sparring partners and downright decent dudes Dead Letter Circus, have announced that they will be heading out for a run of Australian tour dates that will have two of the country’s most beloved rock outfits in the same place
Moments after they released their brand-new album The Catalyst Fire, Dead Letter Circus slipped Music Feeds an exclusive acoustic version of the band’s latest single Lodestar. You may have previously heard the track doing the rounds on triple j though you’re unlikely to have heard this particular version of the track. Lodestar marked the long-awaited
Brisbane 5-piece Dead Letter Circus are releasing their forthcoming LP The Catalyst Fire in style, releasing the first single and video Lodestar and announcing a huge tour of Australia in support. The Catalyst Fire has had the band working their hearts out for the past 9 months. Together with habitual partner-in-crime producer Forrester Savell, the
Everything is currently coming up Dead Letter Circus. Going along nicely with news that their debut album has officially hit gold status, the band and record label UNFD have announced they will be fusing powers for some big future plans. Now new members of the UNFD clique, DLC, will be preparing to release their highly
Dead Letter Circus have released a brief but thorough run of headlining Australian dates that will take the band throughout the oft-neglected Western Australia and South Australia, as well as Brissy, Melbourne and, of course, Sydney. Joining the crew for the long haul will be Breaking Orbit, and the good news doesn’t stop there –
One of Australia’s favourite boutique festivals, Festival of the Sun, has announced its killer 2012 lineup.
Walking past the Hi-Fi on my way to grab a meal, I noticed a large line of avid music fans camping out for entry to a gig.
Brisbane alternative rockers Dead Letter Circus have unveiled their Australian tour dates for May/June 2012. The Sleepwalker tour will be supported by American touring buddies Fair To Midland as well as local band Twelve Foot Ninja, who will play 20 dates during the extensive tour. Don’t be fooled by the tour’s title, as Dead Letter