Are you ready to rock Thornhill jewellery as well as hoodies and shirts?
Want to get wild in a Thornhill mosh pit and rock out in fashionable band merch? The Melbourne heavy hitters have got you covered.
On 31 August, Thornhill revealed that this weekend – 6 to 8 October – they’re hosting a one-off merch store at the pop-up space of 28 Johnston Street, Fitzroy.
“We would like to welcome you to the Thornhill Thread Collective Pop-Up Store,” the band wrote on Facebook. Bringing all of our friends and their merch from across the world to one store from October 6th to October 8th. We will be showcasing our new ranges from TTC, with this being our biggest merchandise drop to date, with new music to follow.”
As well as Thornhill merchandise, the Thread Collective Pop-Up Store will boast items from bands like Alpha Wolf, Northlane, Sleep Token, Ocean Grove, Make Them Suffer, Windwaker, and more.
On Friday night (29 September), Thornhill began unveiling what’s to come ahead of the merch store’s opening this week.
“We will begin unrolling what is available at our pop-up store next week,” the band posted alongside a view of their ‘Varsity Hearts’ earrings and ring. They continued, “Here’s the first of many, a new item will be revealed everyday until the store opens, worldwide fans this is for you also…”
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On Saturday, the band showcased the Floral Lace Shirt, which vocalist Jacob Charlton has an affinity for wearing himself. Yesterday, they shared the Women’s Crop Singlet, highlighting the importance of using high-quality materials in the Thornhill camp.
Thornhill wrote, “We have always wanted to do more women’s items, with this cropped singlet being the first of many to come. Made with a heavyweight cotton and thick ribbed neck and arm lining, this is a great staple to have in your wardrobe!”
This morning, Thornhill unveiled the first drop of merch coming to the pop-up store this weekend, including warm, nice-looking hoodies and stunning t-shirts.
“This is the first merch printed on Thornhill blank shirts/hoodies, with every shirt from now onwards bought from thornhill.world being one of our own, something we have always wanted to do,” they wrote in the caption accompanying the photos.
“The heavyweight feel of the shirts and hoodies are more expensive to make, however, we are focussed on providing you with the highest quality product we can.
“Shop the best shirts and hoodies you will find from any band guaranteed at Thornhill Thread Collective Pop-Up Store”.
In addition to the Thornhill Thread Collective Pop-Up Store, the band are teasing new music, encouraging fans to sign up for their mailing list. You can sign up here.