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Posted 12 Jun 2014 @ 4:44pm

Ball Park Music have announced they will be getting behind new technology when they (kind of) tour the country this September and October.



With the hologram craze bringing past performers to stages around the world, Ball Park Music have announced that their upcoming performances will see the all five artists appear as moving, 3D, projected objects - all with no...

Posted 9 Jul 2013 @ 9:26am

It was a smorgasbord of fresh Australian talent at The Forum. The venue was packed out with fans keen to celebrate the life so far of headliners Ball Park Music, and were also treated with support from up-and-coming acts Eagle and the Worm, and Jeremy Neale. A fantastic show of support for these first bands, the room was almost full from the start and the crowd was dancing along to Neale’s...

Posted 19 Mar 2013 @ 12:38pm

After a long hard slog which has earned the group a growing and loyal fanbase, Ball Park Music will take off on their final headline tour of 2013.


The Thank Ewes Tour will give fans a chance to catch the band before they head into the studio to record their third album.


Ball Park Music will perform on the night with special guests Eagle And The Worm and Jeremy...

Posted 31 Oct 2012 @ 3:22pm

This unassuming tune has a bittersweet refrain and aching, grimy lyrics: “The chefs are in the alleyway throwing down. They’re high on PCP when I’m around. They don’t recall a thing or their favourite meal 'til they are coming down. You smack in the eyes and take my sight, you cut my world in half…You amputate my hands and they grow back, there’s phantoms to replace the world I had….the...

Posted 23 Oct 2012 @ 5:16pm

Museum is definitely a departure for Ball Park Music. While there’s certainly some of their youthful exuberance on offer -– frenzied opener Fence Sitter and the euphoric Great Display Of Patience flying the flag – Museum presents a more mature incarnation of the band.


They allude to their new focus from the outset, the album’s...

Posted 30 Aug 2012 @ 6:41am

Not too long ago, the five Brisbanites known as Ball Park Music pulled off the hefty feat of selling out The Corner four times over. Now to celebrate the release of their second LP, the band have set their sights higher with a massive national tour.


Support on the tour comes from local red-hot raggamuffins Loon Lake.


As well as the album launch tour, Ball Park...

Posted 19 Apr 2012 @ 8:07am


Well folks, this is the one you've been waiting for. After intense speculation and rumour-mongering, the time has come to bask our beady eyes upon the mighty Splendour In The Grass 2012 lineup. And 'tis a mighty one, indeed.


Celebrating the return to the festival's spiritual...

Posted 12 Apr 2012 @ 1:43pm


Brisbane indie-pop troupe Ball Park Music are set to bring their reputable live show back to Melbourne. The 180° Tour, the band’s most ambitious yet, has frontman Sam Cromack in a spin. “The tour’s been a massive step up from where we were previously: bigger venues, more ticket sales and it’s just been quite surreal for us to watch it all unfold.”



The group’s...

Posted 10 Jan 2012 @ 2:29pm

Sure, the Falls Festival boasts more international stars, but it's difficult to beat Pyramid Rock when it comes to showcasing the depth and breadth of Australian music. Of course, staging a festival in one of the country's most glorious and scenic locations makes it one of the clear highlights on the summer social calendar. What's not to love? Not showering for three days, purchasing from...

Posted 25 Oct 2011 @ 2:13pm

Revellers at this year's Pyramid Rock are set to party just that little bit harder, with the announcement of a hefty second batch of artists.


Joining the already announced massive bill of international and local superstars will be Yuksek, Sparkadia, Hermitude, hip-shakers  The Vasco Era, The...


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