Since their inception in 2006, Future Islands have been on tour near constantly, it’s their thing. Despite being pushed into the limelight with their viral success in 2014, the band have simply continued on their natural trajectory, gaining thousands of fans along the way.
Known best as Sydney’s sweatiest duo, Polish Club have squeezed in one last tour before the end of the year in celebration of their latest EP, Okie Dokie and the looming festive season. And while sweat is very much on the lineup, the band have also enlisted DIET. and West Thebarton to help them spread the Christmas cheer all around the country. Continue reading “FRONT ROW | POLISH CLUB @ THE ZOO” »
Foster The People are known for their 60s inspired beats and virally catchy choruses, often masking controversial undertones with undeniably infectious pop. It’s what skyrocketed their first single, Pumped Up Kicks, to platinum status six times, with the masses only catching on to the Columbine-esque story hiding in plain sight long after learning the lyrics.
Baltimore-based trio Future Islands have announced a return to Australia to play a headline tour and a handful of festival sets off the back of their steamy Splendour set. With six albums under their belt, the band are no strangers to the pressures of life on and off the road—their music a deeply emotional exposé on the trials and tribulations of being.