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Live Review : Mumford & Sons | Gentlemen Of The Road | The Domain, Sydney – November 14, 2015

Photos and review by Meghan Player
Mumford & Sons  | Gentlemen Of The Road | The Domain, Sydney

It’s been a long-time between drinks for Australian fans of Mumford & Sons, and with today’s Gentlemen of the Road stopover rolling into town, the festival has pulled out some of the most impressive acts of recent times for one big day of music.

Thankfully, the less than ideal weather does little to dampen the early punters enthusiasm, with Brisbane’s, Art of Sleeping first up on the bill.
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Mumford & Sons Food and Beverage Menu Announced for Gentlemen of the Road all day event


Mumford & Sons and some freinds Jake Bugg, Future Islands, The Vaccines, The Jungle Giants, Meg Mac, and Art of Sleeping hit the Domain Saturday week, and are excited to announce the food and beverage menu to accompany this all day musical feast.
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Splendour In The Grass 2015 – Review

Day 0 – Splendour in the Mud
Gumboots ☑

Ponchos ☑

Preparedness for the onslaught of Mud ☐

That last one was a miserable oversight on my behalf, after what seemed like the cruisiest drive from Melb to the Splendour site, we were all greeted with a battleground of punters who were already covered in a layer of muddy sludge. After begrudgingly setting up camp in the rain it was into the site we went.

Our tents may have been wet, but our spirits were not dampened,
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Single Review: Art Of Sleeping – ‘Above The Water’

By Meghan Player
After the successful release of their single, ‘Empty Hands’, Brisbane 5-piece Art of Sleeping are about to release their latest single, ‘Above The Water’.

Not wasting any time, the track grabs your attention from the get go, with a wonderful, whimsical melody – beautifully complimented by frontman Caleb Hodges soulful, haunting vocals.

Drumming up comparisons to Grizzly Bear, the track progresses naturally, building into an achingly gorgeous chorus that grabs hold of your heart and mind. This is a band that not only grabs your attention, but deserve it.
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