THE HARPOONS RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘CAN WE WORK THIS OUT’

The Harpoons have premiered brand new single ‘Can We Work This Out’ via All Things Go.

The reflective tune features boy-girl vocals from band members Bec Rigby and Martin King.

The band have announced two Melbourne shows to celebrate the release of the single:
Friday 8th August, Saturday 9th August @ The Workers Club

The Harpoons’ debut album ‘Falling For You’ coming soon via Two Bright LakesRemote Control Records

THE HARPOONS ANNOUNCE SINGLE LAUNCH & REMIX FROM FRIENDSHIPS

The Harpoons premiered a remix of their track ‘Unforgettable’ from Melbourne duo friendships over at Acclaim Magazine today.

The remix flips the original on its head in the best way possible with some choppin’, screwin’ and thunderous percussion.

The Harpoons will be launching ‘Unforgettable’ on the 5th of June at Shebeen in Melbourne alongside remix palz Friendships.

‘Unforgettable’ out now via Two Bright Lakes /Remote Control Records

COLLARBONES PREMIERE NEW TRACK ‘BURNOUT’

Collarbones have premiered a new track ‘Burnout’ via Pigeons and Planes.

Listen here

The track teases a release of a forthcoming mixtape ‘Atlantis 2014′. Watch a trailer for the mixtape:

The band’s third LP is due to be released in late 2014 via Two Bright Lakes /Remote Control Records.

Further details coming soon!

THE HARPOONS RELEASE VIDEO AND ANNOUNCE LP DETAILS

The Harpoons have revealed the video for their new track ‘Unforgettable‘ off their upcoming debut LP ‘Falling For You‘ via SPIN this morning.

The beautiful clip features the band up close and personal and some big-time FEELZ from vocalist Bec Rigby.

The visuals come courtesy of Directors Annelise Hickey and Ruby Fiedler.

Unforgettable‘ is the first taste of what they have been working on behind the scenes. If this doesn’t hit you right in the colour-coordinated guts, dunno what will!

Stay tuned for tracklisting and tour dates to be announced shortly!

HELLO SATELITES RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘TELEVISION SCREENS’

Hello Satellites the musical child of Eva Popov returns in 2013 with the first single ‘Television Screens’ from their forthcoming sophomore LP 84000. The track was premiered via triple j’s Home & Hosed Blog this morning.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO ‘TELEVISION SCREENS’

‘Television Screens’ is a fine return for a band that has been making accomplished pop music for the past three years. A summery song about the addiction to dreaming, the track is laced with beautiful call and response vocal layers from Popov.

Hello Satellites will play a single launch in support of ‘Television Screens’ in Melbourne on Sunday 24th of November at The Workers Club. Full details and ticket information for the show can be foundhere.

84000 was recorded and mixed by Popov in collaboration with three of Melbourne’s finest producers,Nick HugginsJ Walker (Machine Translations) and Joe Hammond and is due for release in early 2014.

84000 is an album about our addiction to dreaming and the stories we tell ourselves – about delusions and what we use them to get away from. It’s about our physical bodies and how they house our perfection, our hollowness, our sexuality, our desire, our addictions and the search for freedom and connection.

The title – 84000 refers to the number of holes, or pores in the body according to Chinese Medicine. It also is an important number in Buddhism – the Buddha had 84000 teachings to remedy the 84000 afflictions, or delusions one could suffer from.

Hello Satellites – 84000 will be released in March 2014 via
Two Bright Lakes / Remote Control

COLLARBONES ANNOUNCE ALBUM LAUNCH TOUR & NEW SINGLE

Collarbones will launch their sophomore album Die Young in Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide over September and October.

Catch the electronic duo at Liberty Social in Melbourne on Friday 28 September, Brisbane Fest in Brisbane on Saturday 29 September, and at Rocket Bar in Adelaide on Friday 5 October. A Sydney album launch will also be announced shortly.

Premiered today by themusic.com.au, ‘Hypothermia’ is the latest single from Collarbones. Get a free download of the track below:

Set for release on Friday 28 September 2012 via Two Bright Lakes / Remote Control, Die Young was written over the course of a year, during the promotion of the duo’s 2011 debut album Iconography. Inspired by recollections of teen crushes – the naive, vulnerable yearning at the heart of adolescent experience – the songs emerged as a tribute to the modern mythology of youthful desire. Framed by a soundtrack of jilted R&B instrumentals, Die Young joins with whole generations mourning for their fallen idols.

COLLARBONES
Die Young album launch tour

Friday 28 September – Liberty Social, Melbourne
Saturday 29 September – Brisbane Fest, Brisbane
Friday 5 October – Rocket Bar, Adelaide
Friday 12 October – TBA, Sydney

Watch the trailer for Collarbones’ Die Young companion film HERE:

Collarbones Die Young is out Friday 28 September 2012 via Two Bright Lakes / Remote Control