Party In The Paddock
Party In The Paddock
White Hills, TAS, Australia
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New World Artists, Exclusive Booking Agents for These New South Whales.
Australia’s These New South Whales are many things: a band, a TV show, an experience, a phenomenon. Taking influence from punk, metal, new wave, and Goth, the foursome formed in 2011 earning an early reputation in Sydney’s underground punk scene as an obscenely compelling act. Live, they worse nipple tape and coughed up sonic hell-scapes with deeply-pitched vocals, jarring loops, and screaming guitars. All against a backdrop of smoke machines and hammering strobe lights.
By the close of 2015 the band was releasing a TV show, season one of These New South Whales, a mockumentary comedy series that satirised the peaks and troughs of life as a band starting out – touring, bandmate stuff, music industry. The lot. Written and produced by the band themselves, TNSW the show gifted funny and weird cameos from CHVRCHES, METZ, DMA’s, DZ Deathrays and more. Due to its cult-like success, TNSW the show was shortly followed by7 two fifteen-minute-long specials, The Life We Chose and How The Sausage Was Made.
In late 2017, the band released their debut album You Work For Us. The record raised eyebrows for its assertive sound and thoughtful candid lyricism. Fbi name it their Album of The Week, Rolling Stone called the record “restless and raw”.
In 2018, amid touring Australia and Europe, These New South Whales made their anticipated return to big and small screens with These New South Whales season two. The first ever Australian band to develop their own series licensed to a cable Television Network, TNSW signed a history-making deal with Comedy Central. Spanning eight episodes and featuring even bigger and better cameos than last time somehow- The Cure, Jimmy Barnes, Dune Rats, Daniel Johns, Phoebe Tonkin, Ryan Shelton, and more – and executive Producers including Lara Waters (We Can Be Heroes, Summer Heights High), Roger O’Donnell of The Cure, and Jeffrey Walker (Modern Family), the second season of These New South Whales felt particularly fated for success. Twenty four hours into its premiere on Comedy Central, the website was overwhelmed by traffic and crashed.
With season three in the works, new music being released, and more world touring in tow the band’s future is looking set for good things.