They’ve got a national tour coming up too!
The Melbourne songwriter’s new single coats an urgent message about social action in sublime indie-pop textures.
“At its heart it’s about lashing out and being frustrated with someone who can’t be reasoned with.”
And they’re playing NYE On The Hill.
Inspired by a trip taken by frontman Luke Marlin which resulted in him being diagnosed with Dengue Fever.
The most beautiful song you’ll hear today.
Super weird and super good.
Bad Pony are getting their strut on.
Arriving just ahead of summer, the Sydney songwriter’s latest couldn’t be better-timed.
This clip is not for the faint of heart. Or stomach.
Prepare for sax-iness.
Solomon Crook is a 21-year-old New Zealand musician with a big voice and big feelings, ones he is unafraid to lay out on the table, or rather the alter, in this striking new video.
Ahead of their huge national tour kicking off this week \m/
The Sydney trio pair quiet introspection with grunge intensity.
Watch it here first
Two huge remixes of two huge tracks.
The kind of neon-soaked ballad you’d expect to hear soundtracking an 80s coming of age film.
“Triumphant and melancholy at once.”
“The women and their experiences exist in my mind; they are me, I am them.”
Big Mumford & Sons vibes on this one.