Praying For Sunshine is the third brilliant single, lifted from Children Collide’s album Monument, released today to radio and available digitally. Alongside the single is another clever video clip from the band, and several extra tour dates added to satisfy demand.
After releasing first single Sword To a Gunfight, Children Collide have announced details of their upcomming album Monument as well as their national Sword To a Gunfight Tour.
Children Collide are back after the roaring success of Theory Of Everything with new single Sword To A Gunfight which you will be able to find on their upcomming album Monument [out in April]. And to celebrate, they’re dragging themsleves out of the studio to embark on a nationwide tour.
In yet another week of craziness and general tomfoolery, the week has ended at Triple J with Children Collide’s Johnny Mackay daring Lindsay McDougall – aka ‘The Doctor’ to replicate the clip for CC’s latest hit Loveless.
Melbourne 3-piece Children Collide are currently on thier Loveless Tour. These guys simply put on an amazing live show, and with their stripped-back, raw and frenetic power, mixed with their poignant songwriting, they will certainly leave audiences blown away
The annual Triple J Hottest 100 has been and gone, so now, as always, it’s time for the Triple J Hottest 100 Double CD. In it’s 18th edition, this institution of new music features some of the best new talent produced in Australia and abroad.
After last years release of their sophomore album Theory Of Everything, Children Collide will headline shows this Easter to give a master lesson in frenetic performance. Details of all shows below… These three Children have just completed their second Big Day Out tour to great furor. Rapturous crowds clambered atop each other, sweaty disciples sang [...]
Victoria’s longest-running all ages live music festival Push Over returns to Melbourne’s Abbotsford Convent on Sunday 13 March with a killer line-up of upcoming Aussie talent, the freshest young Victorian acts, some of the country’s most fast and furious hardcore and metal bands and a full arena of bouncing hip hop music and break dance!
As we edge closer and closer to the end of 2010 (or the beginning of 2011 – I suppose it comes down to personal preference really), it’s that time when we like to chart our favourite albums of the year.
Supposedly recorded and produced entirely by a friend of the band, this ‘unofficial clip’ is worth a little look in, if not for the novelty of watching a locally-produced music video, then definitely for the fun of watching chicks running about town causing mischief, carnage and riding bikes in perfect symmetry.
Brisbane thrash rockers Violent Soho have spent most of 2010 living every suburban garage band’s dream. Based in Brooklyn, NYC for the bulk of the year, they have toured the globe, played Lollapalooza, Splendour in the Grass & Great Escape festivals, and undertaken back to back tours with The Bronx, Dinosaur Jr and Built To Spill.
Melbourne trio Children Collide are at that stage where they either front up and claim their place as hard rocking geniuses or one-album wonders. For the sake of brevity I’ll tell you that Theory Of Everything is a solid piece of work that encompasses all of the visceral energy of The Long Now, punctuating it with a slightly more mature sensibility. There is no second-album blues here – just a noticable growth in sound and concept which should ultimately serve the band well as they go on to produce further work.