BIGSOUND 2014: Saskwatch Talk Us Through A Very Busy 2014

Fresh from playing Splendour In The Grass, Panama Festival and Bluesfest earlier in the year, two members of nine-piece Melbourne soul outfit Saskwatch sat down with Music Feeds’ Mike Hohnen prior to their appearance at Brisbane’s BIGSOUND Live, to talk through a very, very busy 2014.

“It’s been really fun,” Nkechi Anele told Music Feeds, joined by bandmate Rob Muinos. “We toured our album kind of mid-year, got to go overseas and to the Northern Territory, which was a first for us,” she added. “And Splendour was amazing… it was great to play before Outkast so we could still see Outkast.”

Saskwatch are set to bring their huge festival-friendly sound to Mullum Music Festival this November. Check out the band’s complete list of tour dates over at the official Saskwatch website.

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