Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever tickets

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Tickets

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Sub 89, Reading

Tuesday 23rd July 2019

Performing at Latitude Festival 2019 Henham Park, Southwold

Thursday 18th July 2019 - Monday 22nd July 2019
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Fan Reviews (2) 4.0
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"Top Tunes from Australian Indie Band"
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Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, O2 Academy Oxford, Oxford - 25th October 2018

I saw 20 mins of Rolling Blackouts C.F at Green Man this summer, and from that was looking forward to a longer set at the O2 Academy Oxford - and they did not disappoint! With a guitar heavy line up (lead, acoustic, bass and rhythm(?)) - plus the drummer obvs! - they have a certain almost traditional rock line-up presence on stage dare I say it, but they really do have the driving tunes that get inside your head. Only gripe of the night was the stage lighting - all back-lit which plays havoc with any pics you try to take, but so minimal and low-key that virtually the whole gig was played out in semi-darkness! This may have been the band's artistic decision, but not a great audience experience IMHO.

Posted by RushHourSoul on 26/10/2018

"No Boy Azooga but otherwise good"
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Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Electric Ballroom, London - 22nd May 2018

I had wanted to see Boy Azooga, who were billed as the support act, but they must've cancelled. However, the other bands, Fur, Bodega and Rolling Blackouts CF were very good. I particularly enjoyed Fur's retro take on Indie Pop and would recommend them to my friends. It was odd that there was no mention of Boy Azooga but I still had a good night.

Posted by Ben S on 23/05/2018

Melbourne band Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever look set to be a modern great. See them take over Electric Ballroom in London on Tuesday 22nd of May 2018.

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever tickets are on sale but are expected to go quickly. Book yours before they are all taken.

Inspired by a trip taken by singer/songwriter/guitarist Tom Russo in early 2017 to his grandparents’ birthplace, the Aeolian Islands off the coast of Sicily, 'Mainland’ boasts the same urgency of tracks like 'Clean Slate' and 'Sick Bug' that helped bring the band to the attention of punters and won them critical acclaim.

Russo says of the track's inspiration:

“I was reading about a refugee crisis unfolding not far away in the Mediterranean Sea. The song is about longing, disillusionment, privilege and holding on to love as a kind of shield.”

Recorded in a secluded house in the Northern NSW wilderness, 'Mainland' marks the first taste of new music from the band since the release of their lauded 2017 EP The French Press.

Since the band's inception, Rolling Blackouts C.F. have carved out a unique place in the local musical landscape with their penchant for hooky guitars and undeniable melodies, married to lyrics that are intelligent and wide-eyed, with an unmistakably-Australian dry wit. The French Press EP landed on many 'Best Of 2017' lists, including The Guardian/The Observer 'Hidden Gems'. Meanwhile, lead single 'French Press' made countless end of year lists including coming in at #10 on Rolling Stone’s Best Songs of 2017, while the band came in at #13 in Paste Magazine's Best New Artists.

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