From performing on Australia’s tallest building and getting a bit ‘vommy’, to mullets and, awkward fan interactions and getting lonely on the road - SPRINGTIME Festival artists play a quick round of ‘GOOD TIME / BAD TIME’ ahead of the three-day, 100% free event on the Gold Coast this weekend.
Fresh from the release of her brand spankin’ new album How To Grow A Sunflower Underwater and a record breaking performance on top of Australia’s tallest building, beloved indie-darling Alex The Astronaut chats about the good and bad side of performing at new heights, Hawaiian shirts, pairing crocs with socks and fans asking her for photos while wearing nothing but a towel.
Gold Coast-based bedroom-pop artist DVNA quickly shot onto the Aus music radar with her debut single, Girl On The Move; a rich warm fusion between new age soul and electronica, and has since been turning heads all around the country with her smooth and sultry vocals. Her short career has already racked up an impressive resume, including 3.2 million Spotify streams, as well as huge slots at various music festivals, including Laneway Festival, The Mountain Goat Valley Crawl, Bleach Festival and Arcadia. In this chat, DVNA gets candid about her love for mullets, TikTok addiction and festival transport.
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Underground icons of Australia's fuzzed-out indie scene for the last half-decade, Peach Fur's style of funk-soul-soaked rock’n’roll has earned them a loyal legion of followers (10 million streams of their music and counting) and their unique brand of humour has continued to earn them fans across the country. In their round of ‘GOOD TIME / BAD TIME’, the members get candid about Bob Dylan, rocking double denim and their opinions on non-alcoholic beer.
To get the lowdown on set times for the full lineup, which includes Thelma Plum, Skegss, Hermitude, Teen Jesus & The Jean Teasers - all of which are performing for free - head over to the festival’s website.