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THE FROWNING CLOUDS

Big Scary and more added to the final lineup of the Panama Festival.

The latest addition to Australia's ever-growing crop of boutique festivals, PANAMA, has just gotten bigger! The Tasmanian festival, set to go down on March 8 and 9 this year, is going to be quite the intimate and secluded affair, as far as festivals go. With only 1000 tickets being made available, PANAMA is set to offer punters quite the unique experience; spending two days with some amazing acts, pop up cabarets, storytelling sessions and more!

Details and first lineup revealed for the new festival PANAMA

Introducing a festival called Panama! Located in East Northern Tasmania Panama will showcase the best acts from the arts and music industry across two amazing days - 8th and 9th of March 2014.

Photo Gallery: Japandroids + The Frowning Clouds - Corner Hotel (30.08.13)

We love Japandroids (and you can too!). Serena Ho was at the incredible show in Melbourne at the Corner Hotel on Friday night. She brings us these photos of the gig, supported by The Frowning Clouds.

Live Review: Dig It Up! Hoodoo Gurus Invitational - Palace Theatre (25.04.12)

After 30 years of producing hit record after hit record, what better way for the Hoodoo Gurus to mark the occasion than by asking their favourite performers to party on with them at the Dig It Up! - Invitational. For Melbourne punters, the gigs took place over three venues on a chilly Anzac Day afternoon. Eight hours of great rock n’ roll bands, comedy acts and DJ’s pumped out their best in celebration of the ‘Gurus’ phenomena.

The Frowning Clouds to embark on their first UK and European tour

Hot off the back of a national tour with Eagle & the Worm, The Frowning Clouds have been very busy boys. There is no rest for the wicked, they pushed through and Launched their new single 'All Night Long' to full rooms in Melbourne And Sydney. Listen here: http://www.singhalamusic.com/the-frowning-clouds/

Cosmo Jarvis announces tour supports

Cosmo Jarvis has courted a fair amount of controversy with his viral hit 'Gay Pirates'; but there's no denying that he's a talented individual. The singer-songwriter has already announced his Australian tour, but now with support by Lime Cordiale in Sydney, and The Frowning Clouds and Laura Imbruglia in Melbourne, this is looking to be a tour not to miss.

Wednesday 12th October – SYDNEY
Goodgod Small Club
53-55 Liverpool

Photo Gallery: The Moffs + The Frowning Clouds - Sandringham Hotel, Sydney (23.09.11)

The Moffs reunited in all their paisley glory at the Sandringham Hotel, Newtown. They performed their hits in a psychadelic backdrop, transporting the crowd back to the 80's. Fittingly supported by the Frownin' Clouds.
Photos by Kyleigh Pitcher

The Frowning Clouds - All Night Long (2011 Single)

“All Night Long” by The Frowning Clouds has the uncanny ability to be played over and over again without getting old or tired. Perhaps it’s the jangly guitars, the '60s energy in the vocals, or the lo-fi, cut-directly-to-tape sound. In any case the latest single from the Geelong quintet is three minutes of catchy, irrepressible, nostalgic and fun garage pop based entirely in the 1960s.

the AU interview: Zak Olsen of The Frowning Clouds (Melbourne)

Zak from The Frowning Clouds answered the phone to mixed sounds of commotion and general activity. Was he rehearsing? Cleaning up from last night’s party? Preparing for a messy party to come? None of these – “just searching the huge pile of VHSs in the lounge room, just throwing out ones we don’t want. Just heaps of old family 80s classics.” It’s an image that fits well with the mop haircuts, tight pants and ‘vintage fun’ attitude of the Geelong five-piece.