Saskwatch have dropped a spectacular new video for their track ‘Call Your Name’ over at Bullett Magazine. The animated wonderland is courtesy of Jason Galea and is an otherworldly accompaniment to the #emotions of ‘Call Your Name’.
The nine-piece Melbourne based band will make their first ever trip over to the USA in October to play a string of very special shows as a part of the CMJ Music Week in New York, they will also play two special shows in LA and San Francisco. Full US tour information & dates can be found below. Upon returning to Australia in early November Saskwatch will also play a short run of homecoming shows. The first will be at the NGV in Melbourne on Friday 7th November celebrating The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gautlier.
TUESDAY 21 OCTOBER
CMJ OPENING DAY PARTY
Pianos, New York, USA
THURSDAY 23 OCTOBER
CMJ SOUTHERN EXPOSURE PARTY
SATURDAY 25 OCTOBER
CMJ MEZZOFORTE PRODUCTIONS PARTY
Mercury Lounge, New York, USA
MONDAY 27 OCTOBER
School NIght @ Bardot, Los Angeles, USA
THURSDAY 30 OCTOBER
Popscene @ Rickshaw Stop, San Francisco, USA
NEW AUSTRALIAN SHOW DATES
Celebrating The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier
Melbourne Great Hall @ NGV, Melbourne, VIC
SATURDAY 08 NOVEMBER
Celebrating the opening night of new Brisbane venue
FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER
MULLUM MUSIC FESTIVAL
Remote Control family members Courtney Barnett, Future Islands, Parquet Courts, Saskwatch, Jungle, Tune-yards & Banoffee performed live at Splendour In The Grass last week.
View some fantastic images of the bands killing it via the Splendour website:
Future Islands via Splendour site:
Tune-yards courtesy Splendour website:
Jungle at RRR studios via our Instagram:
Saskwatch courtesy Splendour website:
Courtney Barnett via Jen Cloher’s Instagram
As any Melbourne music fan knows, the Reclink Community Cup is almost as important as the AFL Grand Final itself. The match between local musicians and local broadcasters has been running since 1993.
Saskwatch will be providing the half time entertainment.
Gates open at noon and entry is $10 adults and $5 for children at Elsternwick Park
Further details here
Sexy Saskwatch vinyl has landed in the Remote Control Records office today!!
‘Nose Dive’ out now via Northside Records / Remote Control Records
The band have also announced two extra shows for their Nose Dive tour.
Nose Dive is out now via Northside Records / Remote Control Records