John Feldman shared a cool backstage video of himself, Bert from The Used, Chris Cheney from The Living End, and Mike from MxPx doing an acoustic version of “Tijuana Sunrise.”
The Living End have released a video for “Otherside.”
The Living End return with what is probably their best album in over ten years. It ticks every box it needs to, and then some. This is their first release under the Rise Records banner, and their first time working with producer Tobias Kuhn. Tobias is better known for producing multiple titles for folk/electronic band Milky Chance, so, it’s bit of a gamble to go with a producer who more often than not is embedded in the electronic music landscape. But it paid off handsomely for the men from Melbourne, Australia.
The Living End’s new album, Wunderbar, was released today.
The Living End have released their new song “Otherside.”
The Living End have shared their new song “Amsterdam.”
The Living End will release their new album, Wunderbar, on September 28th. Pre-orders are now up.
The Living End have released a video for “Don’t Lose It.”
The Living End have released their new song “Don’t Lose It.”
Chris Cheney of The Living End and Phil Jamieson of Grinspoon will be playing the lead cast members in the Australian run of the American Idiot musical.
The Aussie rockers will both take on the role of St Jimmy in the Brisbane shows, a role Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong performed on occasion throughout the musical’s North American run. Cheney will play the role from February 23rd to 26th and Jamieson will take over from February 28th.
The Living End will playing some West Coast shows in August. Dates can be found below, and if you get a chance to see these guys live — do it.
Music Feed did a video interview with Chris from The Living End talking about new music and the band’s legacy. You can find that on Facebook, or below.
The Living End will release their new album, Shift, on May 14th. Pre-orders are now up and you listen to the first single “Keep on Running” on Facebook or by hitting read more.