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Birds Of Tokyo Announce New EP And Australian Tour

After rumours and hints of an EP release earlier this month, this week Birds Of Tokyo have premiered their new track ‘Anchor’ from their EP with the same name. The Perth band also announced exciting news of a national tour, with tickets to be released April 24 – the same day their new EP will be released.

Written and recorded in LA, front man Ian Kenney explained “Some people send postcards when they’re away. Others post their travel pic’s on Instagram. We decided to write a few songs inspired by our time in LA and we’re sending those out instead”.

Ed Sheeran Australian Tour 2015 – AAMI Park, Melbourne

Having just concluded a tour of Australia and New Zealand in April, the popular English singer Ed Sheeran has announced that he will be coming back in November to play more shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Auckland.

Ed Sheeran Australian Tour 2015 – Allianz Stadium, Sydney

Having just concluded a tour of Australia and New Zealand in April, the popular English singer Ed Sheeran has announced that he will be coming back in November to play more shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Auckland.

Big Pineapple Music Festival 2015 – Sunshine Coast

Festival season has truly kicked off, with lineups and sideshows being announced nearly daily, and now, The Sunshine Coast’s Big Pineapple Festival is the latest to drop their enviable tour bill. Violent Soho, John Butler Trio, and The Jezebels are set to take over the coast this May.

Joining the headliners are festival favourites Thundamentals, beach-punks Dune Rats and Aussie legends, Jebediah, as well as Sarah Howells, The Belligerents, and heaps more.

Charli XCX To Play Groove In The Moo Sideshows With Tkay Maidza – The Met, Brisbane

Music’s resident cool girl, Charli XCX has just announced she’ll be performing three sideshows during her spot on the Groovin The Moo tour… and to make it even sweeter, she’s bringing along Aus music’s latest It Girl, Tkay Maidza.

Her first trip to Australia since playing the 2012 Parklife Festival, Charli will bring her specialty brand of bratty pop (and the Australian live debut of her latest record, Sucker) to crowds across Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Groovin The Moo 2015 – Murray Sports Complex, Townsville, Queensland

The wait is over! The line up for the 11th edition of Groovin The Moo has just been released, bringing some of Australia’s most loved local (and a few amazing international) acts to regional Australia. Trust, if you haven’t gotten tickets yet, you’re going to want them.

Local legends Ball Park Music, Hilltop Hoods, Flight Facilities, The Preatures, and Tkay Maidza lead the line up, joined by international artists including US rapper A$AP Ferg, NZ brother-sister duo, Broods, and art-punk provocateur, Peaches – her first Oz shows since the 2010 BDO.

Groovin The Moo 2015 – University of Canberra

The wait is over! The line up for the 11th edition of Groovin The Moo has just been released, bringing some of Australia’s most loved local (and a few amazing international) acts to regional Australia. Trust, if you haven’t gotten tickets yet, you’re going to want them.

Local legends Ball Park Music, Hilltop Hoods, Flight Facilities, The Preatures, and Tkay Maidza lead the line up, joined by international artists including US rapper A$AP Ferg, NZ brother-sister duo, Broods, and art-punk provocateur, Peaches – her first Oz shows since the 2010 BDO.

Ed Sheeran Australian Tour 2015 – NIB Stadium, Perth

Having just concluded a tour of Australia and New Zealand in April, the popular English singer Ed Sheeran has announced that he will be coming back in November to play more shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Auckland.

Ed Sheeran Australian Tour 2015 – AAMI Park, Melbourne (Second Show)

Having just concluded a tour of Australia and New Zealand in April, the popular English singer Ed Sheeran has announced that he will be coming back in November to play more shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Auckland.

Ed Sheeran Australian Tour 2015 – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Having just concluded a tour of Australia and New Zealand in April, the popular English singer Ed Sheeran has announced that he will be coming back in November to play more shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Auckland.

New Found Glory, Bayside, The Wonder Years – Soundwave Sideshows

Three of pop-punks best are joining forces, with New Found Glory, Bayside, and The Wonder Years playing two joint sideshows in addition to their individual Soundwave sets. The trio will play a show in both Melbourne and Sydney later this month, taking their mini festival to the Hi-Fi in Victoria’s capital on the 24th, and Sydney’s Factory Theatre on the 27th.

Charli XCX To Play Groove In The Moo Sideshows With Tkay Maidza – Metro Theatre, Sydney

Music’s resident cool girl, Charli XCX has just announced she’ll be performing three sideshows during her spot on the Groovin The Moo tour… and to make it even sweeter, she’s bringing along Aus music’s latest It Girl, Tkay Maidza.

Her first trip to Australia since playing the 2012 Parklife Festival, Charli will bring her specialty brand of bratty pop (and the Australian live debut of her latest record, Sucker) to crowds across Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Groovin The Moo 2015 – Maitland Showground, New South Wales

The wait is over! The line up for the 11th edition of Groovin The Moo has just been released, bringing some of Australia’s most loved local (and a few amazing international) acts to regional Australia. Trust, if you haven’t gotten tickets yet, you’re going to want them.

Local legends Ball Park Music, Hilltop Hoods, Flight Facilities, The Preatures, and Tkay Maidza lead the line up, joined by international artists including US rapper A$AP Ferg, NZ brother-sister duo, Broods, and art-punk provocateur, Peaches – her first Oz shows since the 2010 BDO.

Groovin The Moo 2015 – Hay Park, Bunbury, Western Australia

The wait is over! The line up for the 11th edition of Groovin The Moo has just been released, bringing some of Australia’s most loved local (and a few amazing international) acts to regional Australia. Trust, if you haven’t gotten tickets yet, you’re going to want them.

Local legends Ball Park Music, Hilltop Hoods, Flight Facilities, The Preatures, and Tkay Maidza lead the line up, joined by international artists including US rapper A$AP Ferg, NZ brother-sister duo, Broods, and art-punk provocateur, Peaches – her first Oz shows since the 2010 BDO.

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