Following Django Django’s confirmation to Noise11, hyped Brits Zulu Winter also announce they’ll be at Splendour In The Grass.
Mere days ago Scottish rockers Django Django confessed to Noise11 in Austin at SXSW that they’d be in Australia for Splendour In The Grass.
Now British indie act Zulu Winter announce that have delayed their forthcoming Australian tour because they too have been snapped up for Splendour.
The band have certainly been hyped during their SXSW performances, with members of Arcade Fire, Mumford & Sons and Kaiser Chiefs all coming down to sample their wares, and they’ve booked European dates for April with the ‘spare time’ that they were meant to be in Australia.
Their debut album Language will be out in Australia on May 11 through Dew Process and Zulu Winter will be here in our winter, at Byron Bay’s Belongil Field from July 27 to 29.
Check out their debut single ‘We Should Be Swimming’ below.