Brisbane's We All Want To made a decent amount of headway throughout 2012, bringing themselves to the foreront of the local music industry's attention with constant bouts of touring and the release of their debut album. Next month will see We All Want To release their new single "No Signs" and to celebrate, the band will be heading out on the road from April until May.
WE ALL WANT TO - THE "NO SIGNS" SINGLE TOUR
April 19 - Judith Wright Centre, BRISBANE
So, let it be known that I until this day was a Big Day Out virgin and might I say, what a ride! The day started slow and steady and ramped up for one big party at the main stages.
Big Day Out fans were given something to get excited about when the festival released timetables, local band line ups and more for the 2013 installment! Along with this announcement, the Big Day Out is also thrilled to announce that the Lilypad will be making its return, and there will also be a brand new stage at all festival stops - the Red Stage.
Check out the additions to each leg of the Big Day Out below!
In this issue: Billy Bragg adds final show to Melbourne, Sinead Burgess confirmed to open for Owl City, Cloud Control and Ball Park Music to open for Weezer next year and much more!
BILLY BRAGG ANNOUNCES FINAL SHOW FOR MELBOURNE
In this issue: Static-X cancel 2012 tour dates, supports are announced for Touche Amore & Make Do Mend's Australian tour, Tin Sparrow announced their support acts and more!
Static-X Forced to Cancel 2012 Tour Dates
We catch up with Tim of Brisbane five piece We All Want To ahead of their performance at BIGSOUND!
Combining the candid honesty of Frank Turner, the addictive pop melodies of The Naked and the Famous, and the haunting male/female harmonies of The xx, We All Want To are, in a few words, bloody awesome.
Indie rock legends Urge Overkill blew the roof off the Zoo with their glittery, denim-y outfits and explosive tunes old and new. Erin Smith brings you these pictures.
Brisbane Nanna Nights continue to be a brilliant mid-week drawcard for those looking for low-key fun, live entertainment and an opportune meeting destination for dinner or even just drinks. Following a 2011 brimming with highlights, the line-up announcement for October and November is set to generate many more.