Big grief..? More like big VIBE!!! Bugs are stoked to be joining their best buds WAAX on their national tour next month. Get your tickets here


Brisbane’s favourite politically-charged quartet Good Boy are coming in hot with a plate of perfectly steamed (and somewhat bittersweet) announcements today – kicking off with the release of their new single ‘Extended Heavy’, a delicate and delicious addition to their already-delectable discography.

‘Extended Heavy’ leans further into the pop realm than previous singles, blossoming into a short, sweet, and singalong-worthy chorus following a bouncing, strum-heavy verse. It is the perfect final step into the announce of Good Boy’s long-awaited debut full length record, ‘It Takes A Lot of Skill To Milk A Mare’, out Friday February 28.

Good Boy have carved out a career loaded with so many highs, and what goes up must inevitably come down. With that in mind, Good Boy are also today announcing with heavy hearts that this record will be their first and final, with the band calling it a day following the album’s release – the end of an era.

Fortunately, this bittersweet news comes with one final hurrah. Good Boy will perform their last show at The Triffid in Brisbane on April 24. This will be their biggest headline show to date, and is set to pay homage to their past releases as well as their new record. Tickets are on sale this Thursday February 6

“I woke up at 5am the day we recorded the vocals for ‘Extended Heavy’ and four other songs from the album, and very soon I realised I hadn’t written any of them,” says frontman Rian King. “I took a Modafinil, smoked a sizeable joint and got to work. This seems like a very long time ago, and I have absolutely no idea what i was writing about. I kind of love the idea that you can listen to the lyrics and make up a new story every time.”

‘It Takes A Lot of Skill To Milk A Mare’ is full of surprises, and is the perfect finale to Good Boy’s incredible and diverse archive of driving rock anthems. It encapsulates the band’s sonic evolution in a refined and poignant light – from delicate and sombre sounds reminiscent of their debut single ‘Transparency’, to heavily political and angsty punk tracks that take us back to ‘Poverty Line’ and ‘Fishing With A Shotgun’, and all the way through to their introduction of a horn section with newer tracks ‘CRF’ and ‘Sodabread’.

Good Boy would like to thank their fans for their continued support over the last five years. In a statement the band express:

“We’ve decided to call it a day. When we started Good Boy we wouldn’t have fathomed the project making it this far. From getting out first radio play, to going on our first tour. We’re going to leave you with our album and one last show. We love you all and we just want to thank you for supporting us over the last few years. It’s been a hell of a ride.”


Massive congratulations to Bugs (and their manager Ruby-Jean)! #194 in triple j‘s hottest 200!


This Thursday Bugs & sweater curse are playing Crowbar Relaunch Party for Fire Relief! Not to mention Dom from Bluebeard himself is doing a DJ set as DJ Mr Shefield! Tickets here


sweater curse in the studio recording some new songs!


📷 Edward Noel Photo for Apples And Isles


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Bugs’ sold out show at the Zoo last Friday was MASSIVE! If you weren’t there, suck to be you.


Limited tickets available here.


Good Boy have just dropped the clip for their new single Ethereal Whooshing! Directed by Fin Wegener with help from Tom Carroll. Get around it!


National Live Music Awards – NLMAs Voting is now open and we all know who should win! VOTE ONE MON

Alex Lahey at BIG Festival

We were so proud to program what was an incredible day of live music in Geelong. Thanks to Little Creatures Brewing and Immerse Events for putting together such a great day. That team absolutely killed it despite the storm, rain, wind, cold and HAIL!!! Looked like everyone was having a good time out there and we got a beautiful rainbow out of it. Photos by Felan

Ball Park Music at BIG Festival

Listen to ‘Ethereal Whooshing’ here


Not long now until Good Boy play The Tivoli Brisbane‘s new side venue, What’s Golden. Grab your tix here!


Bugs and Sweater Curse announced on Stonecutters 2019 lineup alongside Skegss, Ceres, Teen Jesus and the Jean Teaser + More.


Bugs released their sophomore album last week! Huge Congrats to the whole team! If you haven’t already, go have a listen.


Bugs have today released their new banger “Seriously” AND announced the tour to launch their album “Self Help” in November! PLUS they’re taking Sweater Curse along for the ride! How good! Join the bugs mailing list to get first chance at tickets!


Tickets are selling fast for sweater curse’s show at the opening weekend of Brisbane’s newest live music venue, The Outpost. Get yours here

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Congrats is in order for Bugs who hit their Pozible goal this week! Sophomore LP ‘Self Help’ out 20.09.19

One week until Good Boy play Crowbar’s 7th Birthday! Tickets available now

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Good Boy will also be headlining a show at The Tivoli’s newest side venue, ‘What’s Golden’ this October! Grab your tickets while you can.


Bugs have just released the clip for their latest single, ‘Somethings Bound To Go Bad’. Their album ‘Self Help’ will be out on the 20th of September.


This Thursday, Good Boy will be headlining Noggin Aid, a fundraiser for Nick Broomham. Ex-manager of the Foundry, Nick has spend the better part of 3 years shaping the venue into what it is today. Since discovering a brain tumor while on his well earnt holiday in Europe, Nick has returned home for brain surgery. The Foundry have put together a killer line-up of artists including Mid Ayr, Sahara Beck, First Beige, Nice Biscuit, Pink Matter and Good Boy + DJ sets from sweater curse, FeelsClub & Dj Black Amex to raise money for Brissy legend Nick.


Huge few weeks of announcements for BUGS.

First off they will be supporting Grinspoon this October for their national tour.

That same month BUGS will be heading down to the Gong to play Yours & Owls Festival.

Lastly, Bugs are co-headlining Woolly Mammoth Festival in Adelaide with Press Club in August. Get your tickets here.


Finishing up their EP Tour with a sold out hometown show, Sweater Curse have just announced they will be supporting good mates WAAX on the national ‘I AM’ Tour this August.