Future Islands, we've been waiting on you.
The Baltimore synth-pop aficionados and utterly dynamic live act have added an Adelaide sideshow to their Australian tour.
Coming to Australia as a part of Mumford and Sons' ‘Gentlemen of the Road’ mini-festival in Melbourne and Sydney, the touring four piece with an undeniable ear for pop hooks will drop in on The Gov on November 13th.
We’re not missing out this time Radelaide!
Despite the critical acclaim of their most recent album Singles, Future Islands have been in the game for over ten years, carving out a reputation for anthemic and cathartic live shows driven by the hearty growl and dad-on-roids dance moves of lead singer Samuel T. Herring.
Last years Letterman performance of modern classic ‘Seasons (Waiting on You)’ brought the band a whole new swag of followers and even got Letterman a little more buzzed than usual...
Off the back of one of the biggest sets of this years Laneway Festival, the irrepressible dancing of Samuel T. Herring will surely be a sight to see on the small Gov stage. With a new single and reports of a new album in the works, Future Islands will be bringing a fuller live show in comparison to the snapshot we saw in February.
Tickets are on sale right now (!) and by all reports are moving quickly.
Hydrate yourself, do your stretches and be a Dude. Get ready to boogie.
Cover photo courtesy of Tim Saccenti.
Take centre-stage and embrace Glenelg's 'Open-Air Cinema'.
Well, it's finally over. Can you believe it? As always, the 2018 Festival season has sped by and we are ready to head into a temporary hibernation.
Sydney Jazz artist Emma Pask delighted the crowd at The Garden's Spielgeltent.
A couple razer blades and a flame thrower shy of being a thrilling magic show.
Heaps good band, Heaps Good Friends, drop heaps good EP!
A Tribute to Unplugged is a beautiful homage to a show that changed the music scene.
He continued to blur the lines between what had been rehearsed and what was a product of spontaneity, leaving you feeling like you knew the guy, not just his routine.
Filling up the tent like a warm hug from an old friend, the timing and dynamics clicked between every member of the band.
In 'Skeleton', Demi has ditched the conventions of stand up comedy to create something quirky and at times intentionally cringe.
Joel Creasy is the Australian Ellen Degeneres we never knew we needed.