Newcastle band, The Owls. After the success of breakthrough singles Krakow and Oceans, the four-piece have released their highly anticipated third EP Own The Streets and to celebrate, announce a MAMMOTH 26-date tour around the country as well as unveiling their third track ‘Bad Side (Electrify)’
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After a hectic few months travelling the East Coast of Australia, The Owls are quickly becoming one of Oz’s hardest working bands, playing over 30 gigs in 2014 and supporting the likes of The Cribs, Wolfmother and DZ Deathrays. Now the Newcastle road warriors are inviting you into their tour van with their latest clip Ocean.
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Classically trained, alt-pop prince, Jack Colwell, released his highly anticipated new single Far From View in February. This time Colwell is joined by the choir from Karen O’s (Yeah Yeah Yeahs) production of Stop the Virgens – a Psycho Opera, which had its Australian debut at Vivid Sydney in 2012.
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Emerging from a 2013 full of writing and touring alongside the likes of The Cribs, The Jezabels, DZ Deathrays, and Ball Park Music,The Owls stand poised to cement themselves as sonic architects with the release of Kraków, the first cut from their forthcoming EP, Own the Streets.
Continue reading The Owls single ‘Kraków’ [Music Stream]
|There’s nothing more that Melbourne alternative rockers BRITTLE want to do but to capture their dynamic live sound and energy in their recordings and that’s exactly what they’ve achieved with legendary producer Mark Opitz at the helm on the band’s new five-track EP titled “The Owls” which will be unleashed on June 14 as a free digital download.
The EP will be backed by a massive tour of the same name that will see the band visiting all capital cities in June, July and August as well as a host of major regional centres around the country. It will be their largest Australian tour since the release of their debut EP ‘Chinese Whispers’ in 2008.