The latest additions to the Falls Festival bill have been announced. Get ready for some surprises as twelve new acts are revealed.
Two Door Cinema Club were everywhere in 2010/11 with their huge album Tourist History. They'll be back a with a brand new album in September just in time for you to learn all the lyrics prior to the festival.
The Hives, arguably one of the great rock & roll bands of the world right now will tease you, please you and wrap their rock around you. Goodtimes is all you can look forward to with these boys and their rock & roll histrionics.
Django Django will also be along for the ride bringing their layered blend of synths and electronic loops as showcased on their self-titled debut album.
Singer, songwriter, collaborator and captivating performer Sharon Van Etten will travel to Australia for the first time to participate in The Falls Festival. Bringing along her charm, magic and awe inspiring live performance that will get you hooked.
After reaching almost every achievement in Australian music with sister Julia, where else is there to go? For a Sydney lad like Angus Stone, the only logical place is back to work. The results of which are on display with his second solo record Broken Brights.
Ball Park Music are not ones to let a good thing slide as showcased by their brand new single “Surrender”. Ball Park Music are so excellent they're almost predictable, in the best kind of way.
Last seen touring “Spiritus” through the churches of Australia, Lisa Mitchell will be showcasing her versatility as she takes her new album to a festival audience for the first time this summer.
Following sell out shows all over the country Matt Corby will be match fit and ready to play Falls. With a swag of amazing reviews for his live show under his belt, Matt Corby's unaffected and mesmerising performances have seen his debut EP ‘Into The Flame’ go four times platinum in Australia.
Everybody's favourite gay pirate Cosmo Jarvis will follow up his recent media tour of Australia with a bona fide stage show that will bring all the swagger and goodtimes to the Falls Festival that he can muster. And that's a lot. Get ready.
Sydney-siders Jinja Safari have been riding a wave of good vibes since their debut single “Peter Pan” hit airwaves all the way back in 2010 and are currently living up to their reputation as being Kings of The Party.
Ash Grunwald, one of Australia's most beloved bluesmen is back on the road and back where he belongs this summer with another of his barnstorming festival sets in store.
Willis Earl Beal has a knack for the unconventional. Describing himself as wanting to be a black Tom Waits, his debut album Acousmatic Sorcery is possibly the most peculiar album you'll hear this year but is also definitely the most satisfying. His howling voice paired with many genres proves that Beal brings something to the table no matter what kind of music he's making. *Playing Lorne only
Lineup so far in alphabetical order;
ANGUS STONE - ASH GRUNWALD - BALL PARK MUSIC - BEACH HOUSE - BEST COAST - BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB - BOY & BEAR - COOLIO - COSMO JARVIS - DJANGO DJANGO - FIRST AID KIT - HILLTOP HOODS - HOT CHIP - JINJA SAFARI - LISA MITCHELL - MATT CORBY - MAXIMO PARK - MILLIONS - SAMPOLOGY PRESENTS A FALLS ANNIVERSARY LIVE AV SHOW - SBTRKT - SHARON VAN ETTEN - THE FLAMING LIPS - THE HIVES - THE VACCINES - TOTALLY ENORMOUS EXTINCT DINOSAURS - TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB - WILLIS EARL BEAL (L)