River Sounds Festival

After postponing their original event date in August due to Covid, and for a 2nd time in October, River Sounds is hoping it’ll be third time lucky with the festival now scheduled to take place on the 14-15th january 2022, at the Bellingen Showgrounds. 

Amazingly, the entire lineup including headliners Baker Boy, Regurgitator and Butterfingers have juggled their busy touring
schedules to perform at the new date. And, the artists will be in top form with a number of them coming off big tours and releasing new tunes before hitting the stage at River Sounds. 

River Sounds artist update:

Baker Boy releases his highly anticipated debut album ‘Gela’ on October 15th, followed by a national tour in November and December. Baker Boy describes Gela as, “more than just the music, it is my experience of living in duality as a Yolngu Man and as the Fresh Prince of Arnhem Land as Baker Boy”. His latest single ‘Butterflies’, another feel good dance track, dropped to rave reviews on September 17th. 

Regurgitator are set to embark on a huge touring schedule kicking off in November with a bunch of legendary 90s bands including Spiderbait and Grinspoon at Springloaded and Scene & Heard festivals. Long live 90s grunge! 

The Terrys have been clocking up some massive numbers on Spotify after having three of their recent singles, ‘Cost of Peace’, ‘Pesos’ and ‘Our Paradise’ added to high rotation on Triple J. To celebrate their new found rise to fame, the lads are kicking off the Terysonic MixTape tour in December – which includes their performance at River Sounds. 

 

Jerome Farah dropped his latest single ‘Concrete Jungle Fever’ in August, and it’s a banger! This track is also getting heaps of love on Triple J and has been added to their high rotation list in October. 

Nice Biscuit released two new singles this month, ‘Passing Over’ and ‘The Tower’, and performed a sold out show at The Zoo. 

Resin Dogs are back with their new single ‘Bad Dogs’, showing the 8 piece band still have plenty in the tank to get the punters jumping. 

Jerome Farah - Lead PR image