The secrets to the return of Empire Of The Sun and their new album Ice On the Dune lay hidden in a recently made-up ancient language. To unravel the puzzle and solve the mystery one must decipher these new old hieroglyphics (embiggenable pictures below) using Empire Of The Sun’s decoder key. For those playing along,
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Empire Of The Sun have release a trailer for their long-awaited, highly anticipated second album Ice On The Dune, which is now confirmed to be due out this year in June. The trailer contains a snippet of new music and even though it’s only about 10 seconds worth, the pumping beat is an exciting teaser.
That long overdue second album from Empire of the Sun is definitely set to hit the shelves in 2013 – according to one half of the band, Nick Littlemore. Triple j reports that Littlemore will be churning out two albums in 2013 from his respective projects – one with Empire of the Sun “early next
Australia’s favourite electronic duo Empire Of The Sun have announced that they are back in the studio recording and writing tracks for the follow-up to their sensational 2009 album Walking On A Dream.
So it looks as if it has begun once again. Splendour In the Grass is just around the corner, and the first fake poster has emerged.
There appears to have been a rather dramatic latest twist in the ongoing drama that is Empire of the Sun, with Luke Steele telling NME that he has been in touch with former bandmate Nick Littlemore for the first time since the 2010 Brit Awards. In a quite astonishing reunion, they apparently went into the
Australian electronic music duo Empire of the Sun made a recent appearance at Coachella 2011 on Saturday, performing on the Outdoor stage in front of thousands of people. They’ve been doing really well overseas lately, playing the likes of Ultra Music Festival, Lollapalooza and playing their first South American show in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Here