#2
I tabbed one of their songs for a request;Social Currency. Nice band. That songs cool too.
#5
Quote by goldmember1217
Good band, I found them via Kai's (Uber-rocker) Last.fm.




Jackson, you tool, I came here to make a thread on them, tbh.. Oh well.



Seriously though, fucking awesome band. Read an article on them in Rolling Stone about six months ago, bought their album not long after it and I can't stop listening to it. There's nothing about the album I don't love - they've got such a tight sound and apparently their live sound is quite close to the album sound, so I can't wait to see them at some stage. I'm pretty sure I've tabbed a few of their songs, too.
#10
Saw em the other day at BDO. They put on a good show and the album is really good
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#14
Quote by Uber-rocker
Hope they do a nationwide tour, including all the crappy little towns (especially the one I live in).


They're playing a Farewell Rocketship tour.

9 Apr 2009 8:00 P
FAREWELL ROCKETSHIP TOUR: Rocket Bar Adelaide, South Australia
10 Apr 2009 8:00 P
FAREWELL ROCKETSHIP TOUR: Ding Dong Lounge Melbourne, Victoria
16 Apr 2009 8:00 P
FAREWELL ROCKETSHIP TOUR: Alhambra Lounge Brisbane, Queensland
17 Apr 2009 8:00 P
FAREWELL ROCKETSHIP TOUR: Annandale Hotel Sydney, New South Wales
18 Apr 2009 8:00 P
FAREWELL ROCKETSHIP TOUR: Transit Bar Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
23 Apr 2009 8:00 P
FAREWELL ROCKETSHIP TOUR: Prince of Wales Bunbury, Western Australia
24 Apr 2009 8:00 P
FAREWELL ROCKETSHIP TOUR: Norfolk Basement Fremantle, Western Australia
25 Apr 2009 8:00 P
FAREWELL ROCKETSHIP TOUR: Amplifier Bar Perth, Western Australia
#16
Quote by Uber-rocker
^Could you remember what the setlist was like?

Not really sorry

I got there about half way through. But they did play farewell rocketship, social currency, and skeleton dance from what i remember. I would've liked to have seen we are amphibious though
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#22
Oh. From what i saw, she looked quite manly
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#23
Just saw them at Pushover.

They played

We Are Amphibious
Chosen Armies
Across The Earth ?
Farewell Rocketship
Social Currency
and that song when Johnny goes crazy throwing his guitar around.
#24
That's a pretty solid setlist! Was there many people there?
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#25
Quote by titsmcgee852
That's a pretty solid setlist! Was there many people there?


There was a bit of people there.

Not as many though compared to Parkway Drive.

I think the gist of the setlist is right.
I have a terrible memory with setlists.
#26
i saw them too, you werent the one screaming out telling them to play a certain song were u? cos i was right next to them and they kinda knew about the guitars he was playing (mustang, jaguar)

EDIT: the song was Stranger love, and if it was you, did you or one of your friends yell out "i want to make you breakfast johnny"?
Last edited by halvies at Mar 8, 2009,
#28
Quote by halvies
i saw them too, you werent the one screaming out telling them to play a certain song were u? cos i was right next to them and they kinda knew about the guitars he was playing (mustang, jaguar)

EDIT: the song was Stranger love, and if it was you, did you or one of your friends yell out "i want to make you breakfast johnny"?


I didn't shout out the breakfast thing though I was right near that person.

My friend david shouted out "PLAY SOME SLAYER" and I was talking about the guitars, and screaming songs for them to play.
#31
Quote by halvies
oh well, funny if johnny did just bust out some slayer

i reckon the best song of the set was We are amphibious or social currency


Would have been hilarious if he started playing Raining Blood.

#32
They remind me of Muse around Showbiz time or a more in-tune, if you will, the vines.
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.