I caught up with drummer Kram recently and he talked with affection about his return to Melbourne (he now lives in Byron Bay) and the changes he’s seen not just to the city but the music scene too.
Filmed in the Bellarine Peninsula, through Geelong and Melbourne’s outer suburbs, the music video is lighthearted, simple, to the point and flaunts both the band’s good-nature, and prowess as musicians and creatives.
This year the festival has taken it up a notch with a double headline arrangement which sees Aussie festival favourites, A Day To Remember, return down under to be reunited with their ‘brother band’ and co-headliners, Parkway Drive.
Joining the party this time around is singer-songwriter treasures Dyson Stringer Cloher, sublime troubadour William Crichton, award-winning indigenous folk artist Alice Skye, funky indie collective Approachable Members Of Your Local Community and electro tribal pop duo The Merindas.
Queenscliff Music Festival 2019 is back guns blazing with more news for the upcoming summer a trifecta of local legends, yoga, and kindie-indie showcases.
Imagine recording your next single, EP or album on the SSL desk that musical legends Paul Kelly, INXS, Kiss, Lady Gaga, Elvis Costello, and Mark Ronson have all recorded on…