Do you believe in a thing called love?
A ‘One Way Ticket’ to cute.
A bunch of international acts have locked in headline shows.
After all, it can’t be just anyone.
“The way things end up at this show is a damn shame.”
Rowdy Ballarat boys Apes are currently hooning around the country supporting the The Darkness on their Australian tour and due to exposure to their new tour mates have got Brit-rock fever something fierce, innit? In celebration of everything Pommy, Apes’ Ben Dowd runs Music Feeds through his 5 favourite UK rock outfits of all time.
Flamboyant purveyors of highfalutin hard rock The Darkness have got a one way ticket to Australia and back, with plans to grace us with their presence this November. Moustache warrior Justin Hawkins has even shaved for the occasion. He and his band of British brothers (well only one of them is his actual brother, but
Well that was fast. British glam rockers The Darkness have broken the news of the departure of their new, now former, drummer Emily Dolan Davies, just a couple of months after they announced she had joined the band in the first place. “Sad to say our fantastic drummer Emily Dolan Davies is leaving for new
The Darkness has cancelled their upcoming Australian tour due to drummer Ed Graham’s health concerns. As noted in an official statement concerning the cancellation, Graham underwent hip surgery a few years ago and now the drummer is once again experiencing complications in that area. In the statement the band explains that they will finish out
Oh, Justin Hawkins, you know how to give us chuckle. Known for his bawdy sense of humour, as well as blitzing it on stage, The Darkness frontman went a tad too far at the band’s recent concert in Stockholm, Sweden and fell off the front of the stage. As shown by video footage of the
Brit glam rockers The Darkness have announced a batch of world tour dates for next year, and luckily enough Australia have been included once again, making it the second time they’ve reached our shores within a year. Prior to their last visit in May, we hadn’t seen them visit our shores since the band went
If only every headline was so full of awesome news: The Darkness have covered Radiohead’s 1996 single Street Spirit (Fade Out), a cover that, according to Loudwire, will feature on The Darkness’ third record Hot Cakes, due out August 21. The cover is, of course, classic Darkness, taking Radiohead’s dark ominous sounds and giving them
The Darkness have been hard at work bunkering down for their soon-to-be-released album Hot Cakes. The album will mark number 3 for the band, who blew minds with their unique brand of sexy, sleazy rock. The clip is everything you’d expect from the band: big hair, tight clothing, half a story, and partying. You can
Fresh from their triumphant tour of Australia earlier this month, The Darkness have revealed the tracklisting for their upcoming third album, Hot Cakes.
Fresh from slaying the same venue the night before, this sucker-for-extravagant-rock journo returned to the Palace Theatre last night for the second instalment of The Darkness‘ two-night stand in Melbourne. The reformed naughties UK rock sensations were as tight as ever in their first show, so I was curious to see if they could churn
The Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins is clearly back to his old tricks as the band continues to tear their way through Australia on their current tour.
The Darkness exploded on stage at a sold-out Palace Theatre in Melbourne last night in their first Australian tour in four years. The Darkness frontman and glam-rocker, Justin Hawkins, and Brother, Daniel, lead the original lineup from the band’s 2003 debut album Permission to Land to our shores after they reunited in 2011. “Give me
The Darkness bring big hair, dirty moes and epic guitar solos down to Eaton’s Hill.