GOOur Top Picks Of The Splendour Line Up!
Splendour in the Grass is just around the corner and with such stellar line-up, it’s guaranteed not to disappoint. With so many incredible acts, it can be a challenge to catch them all. To make life easier, we’ve put together our top picks that you definitely won’t want to miss!
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If you haven’t heard his smash hit ‘This Is America’ or his chart-topping single ‘Redbone’ where have you been!? The musician, DJ, actor and comedian hails from the US and has added a few sideshows to his gig at Splendour if you didn’t manage to get tickets in time. He hits the stage on Saturday so head down and check him out!
It’s always good to see a home-grown Aussie act dominate the Splendour stage, and Hayden James is set to do just that. The Sydney song-writer and producer has had plenty of air time with his tracks ‘Something About You’ and ‘Just Friends’. He also has as a heap of other fresh tracks that will give your festival Friday all the feel-good vibes.
She’s the queen of indie rock and has countless nominations under her belt. However, it’s the release of her latest single ‘Everybody Here Hates You’ that will make Courtney unmissable at this year’s festival. Now based in Melbourne, we can’t wait for her to release more music and who knows – those at Splendour could be the first to get a sneak peek!
We couldn’t get his breakout hit ‘Waiting’ out of our heads when it soared to the top of the Triple J Unearthed charts, so we can’t wait to hear it live across the North Byron Parklands. His new track ‘Childism’ is another one of our faves. Add Kianto the top of your must-see list – this boy is going places!
Rounding out our list are five guys from south-west Sydney who blew us away with smash hits like ‘Hoops’ and ‘My Gun’. The Rubens are returning to Splendour with a third album to share and their signature rock sound. We can pretty much guarantee that they’ll have the crowd on their feet from the very first track.
Which act is top of your must-see list? Let us know in the comments!