The Round-up – Monday August 14th, 2017
Today we have a taste of an upcoming Four Year Strong rarities collection, the first sold out sign on Fall Out Boy’s tour, new b-sides and tour reminder from With Confidence, new music from The Infinite, and a video from Satellites.
Stand Atlantic are the support and will be on stage from 8:00pm until 8:45pm with New Found Glory playing their albums ‘Sticks And Stones‘ + ‘Coming Home‘ (As well as other treats) from 9:15pm until 11:00pm.
NEW FOUND GLORY
With guests STAND ATLANTIC
14th – Corner Hotel, Richmond [18+] SOLD OUT
15th – Corner Hotel, Richmond [18+] SOLD OUT
16th – Corner Hotel, Richmond [18+] SOLD OUT
The album will feature rarities, unheard originals, unplugged classics and re-imagined favourites.
The band has premiered a stripped down, new rendition of their fan favourite track ‘Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die‘, which was originally released on their album, ‘Rise or Die Trying‘.
Check it out below.
The EP is locked in for a Friday September 29th release date.
Satellites started in late 2013. After a handful of tours and local Brisbane shows the band went through a slow patch with multiple member changes, most importantly a change in singer, where Mitch Chamberlain stepped up from guitar to vocals.
After taking some time to work on ‘Black Dog‘ with producer Troy Brady, it became apparent that rushing into it would only lead to coming up short. Instead, they’ve given it some love and managed to created something they’re all extremely proud of.
Coming off the back of a recent headline tour with New Zealand band Braves and Melbourne’s Bukowski, the band can now unleash the new music.
Watch a video clip for the single below and stay tuned for more from the band.
No word as yet if there will be an opportunity for a second night in Melbourne, however it serves as a reminder for those in other cities to get a move on if you plan on heading along and don’t yet have tickets.
They also play Riverstage in Brisbane on 28th February, Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney on March 2nd and Red Hill Auditorium in Perth on Monday 5th March (public holiday).
Originally scheduled for a September release, the band have pushed back their new album ‘MANIA‘ until January 19th. It can be pre-ordered [Here].
With guests WAAX
28th – Riverstage, Brisbane [Lic/AA]
2nd – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney [Lic/AA]
3rd – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne [Lic/AA] SOLD OUT
5th – Red Hill Auditorium, Perth [Lic/AA]
—> Tickets available now.
—> For more information, visit [Here].
The Infinite is an instrumental project featuring Drew Shepherd and Bodine Wirihana on guitars. Heavy, progressive & polyrhythmic describe the sound of the group, with intricate guitar riffs and technical passages tied in with melodic choruses and guitar solos.
Drew has been playing in bands for over 10 years most notably playing guitar for Make Way For Man, a progressive metalcore band. Bodine currently plays in local Perth band At Depths.
Check out ‘A View from Nowhere‘ below. The song is available in iTunes and Spotify.
Their most recent album, ‘Better Weather‘, is available now in-stores and online.
With Confidence head out on their Australian headline tour this week with Seaway & WSTR, followed by a trip overseas to support Mayday Parade in the U.K. and Europe. Re-cap the local dates below and stream those two new tunes.
With guests SEAWAY and WSTR (Except *)
17th – Prince Bandroom, St Kilda [Lic/AA]
18th – Factory Theatre, Marrickville [Lic/AA]
19th – The Brightside, Brisbane [18+]
20th – The Foundry, Brisbane [AA]
24th – Fowlers Live, Adelaide [Lic/AA]
25th – The Boston, Perth [18+] *
26th – YMCA HQ, Leederville [AA] *
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