MusicFeedsTV caught up with The Vines lead man Craig Nicholls before he hit the Splendour in the Grass 2011 Amphitheatre. With their latest album Future Primitive already racking up the radio plays Craig talked about how he came to work Chris Colonna of the Bumblebeez to produce the album. He also touched on how The Vines have held their band together, since 1994, consistently making banging tracks and they’ve grown since their first release Highly Evolved.
The big news was that The Vines have already started recording new material for album number six. No word on a release date yet. We also asked Craig about his thoughts on the current state of Australian music, of which he seemed sure that things were looking up.
The Vines went on to perform a huge set, the audience were whipped into a frenzy on the dusty Amphitheatre hill when The Vines whipped out their classics.