Video: Augie March Perform This Train Will Be Taking No Passengers Live on JTV Live, Forum Theatre, Melbourne (9 October 2008)
Melbourne indie-rock stalwarts Augie March are set to return with a new album in 2014. I know this because they released a new track called After The Crack Up yesterday on iTunes. Apologies for my tardiness, but you know, the 2014 World Cup is on and thus sleep deprivation and a lack of blogging ensue.
The album took two and a half years for the lads to kindly craft together in singer Glenn Richards’ home studio in Tasmania. Augie March have teamed up again with producer Paul McKercher (Sunset Studies, Strange Bird and Moo, You Bloody Choir). According to ‘The Good Gardener’ on the Augie March website the album will be accessible from your computer* later this year.
Listen to the new track After The Crack Upon…
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