Legendary indie rock crew Foster the People have been missing in action for a while, working on their thrashing good time of a third album, Sacred Hearts Club. We saw them dominate the main stage at Falls, but watching them play to faithful fans at Forum was even better.
It was time for the annual Falls Music and Arts festival to come to a close, and thankfully for 2017 to come to an end as well. Lorne promised a stacked lineup and the perfect way to send the year out with Run the Jewels bringing in 2018. Continue reading “FALLS FESTIVAL | DAY 4” »
There was a sense of familiarity in the air as Slowcoaching took the Curtin Hotel to launch his debut EP that was impressive for such an early release. Fans were not only keen to see his work, but remarkably well versed in the lyrics and material presented.
Day 3 made sure that there was the opportunity to work the beers off, with both stages in full action the hill proving a good excuse for exercise.
Despite some light early rain, Day 2 of Falls Festival had a ripper start with Stella Donnelly’s opening set a beautiful ordeal, with only her, her guitar, and witty lyrics charming hundreds of punters. Most of the crowd may have been stashed under cover with their first beers of the day, but it was easy to see she impressed. Continue reading “FALLS FESTIVAL | DAY 2” »