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Laneway and Big Day Out lineuprumours

It’s foolish to believe everything you read on the net – especially when it comes from an anonymous source – but Miss Info has proven her credentials with a series of accurate tip-offs so we’re always eager to hear what rumours she’s spreading.

Her latest tidbit of news is a tumblr post that claims that “Acts looking likely for Laneway include Twin Shadow, Laura Marling, Wild Beasts, The Horrors & Thurston Moore ” which would certainly be great news if she’s on the money again.

You don’t need to be a mysterious ‘insider’ to think that Twin Shadow is a likely starter for the Laneway lineup – after all he played at the festival’s South By South West party in March and on a stage currated by the Laneway folk at London’s Field Day festival last week. As we reported back in April, electronic acts Jamie Woon and Mount Kimbie were also booked to play at both events and seem like likely candidates for the Laneway 2012 lineup.

For punters playing the Laneway 2012 lineup guessing game the rest of the lineup at Laneway’s SXSW event included Givers, Cloud Nothings, Royal Bangs, Foster The People, Hanni El Khatib and local favourites Cloud Control, The Holidays and The Jezabels. While the Laneway festival stage at Field Day featured sets from The Horrors, James Blake, Matthew Dear, Connan Mockasin, 2.54, The History of Apple Pie and DJ sets from Jon Hopkins and Vampire Weekend’s Chris Baio.

We’d also throw Austra into the mix after the band’s leadsinger Katie Stelmanis told us that the band is “planning a trip to Australia… We’re just kind of confirming it at the moment. But nothing can be properly announced yet. We’re just working out some details. But 2012 for sure, we’ll be there!”



Miss Info also claims that she has the inside word on the Big Day Out lineup, reporting that “ Blink 182 & Prince have been snared to headline” which sets her in line with that other rumour monger extraordinaire – Triple M’s music reporter, Nui Te Koha.

The punters who can bear listening to Eddie McGuire’s breakfast radio show in Melbourne recently heard Nui report that the Big Day Out “promoters have been in Europe in the last couple of weeks. It’s looking like Blink-182 is back on the table [and] QOTSA, who put on a blistering performance at Glastonbury, they’re also on the table as well. Rival promoters are saying that the BDO are sounding out Prince. It seems like a weird fit but apparently talks happened in Europe with Prince for BDO or one of the Summer festivals.”

According to Miss Info’s earlier announcements we can also expect an arena tour from Radiohead in February, a return trip by Splendour headliner Kanye for a headline tour in November and The Strokes, Justice, Two Door Cinema Club and more on a the Future Music lineup early next year.

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Napoleon Solo

Napoleon Solo said on the 12th Aug, 2011



err... they played Europe last year.
I guess he could have taken to a jet-ski and crossed the Atlantic...

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 12th Aug, 2011

He took a 12 day cruise. For realz.

Aidan1234567

Aidan1234567 said on the 12th Aug, 2011

Laneway is looking good, hoping for the AA Enmore sideshows similar to this year with Foals & TDCC, that was good

Napoleon Solo

Napoleon Solo said on the 12th Aug, 2011

Scott Raynor wouldn't be taking no cruise, he ain't no pussy.

stonerisms

stonerisms said on the 12th Aug, 2011

my dream bdo lineup for 2012: rage against the machine, system of a down, deadmau5, rise against, arcade fire, kasabian, eskimo joe, the living end, gotye, the mars volta, calvin harris, tv on the radio, bluejuice, faker, the grates, sparkadia, drapht and jebediah

Aidan1234567

Aidan1234567 said on the 12th Aug, 2011

oh I want to mention Kasabian for BDO as well, the played 2009 and are out here briefly for a promo gig and have a new album to tour?

luxembourgerqueen

luxembourgerqueen said on the 12th Aug, 2011

If I was over 18 I'd definitely go to Laneway based on the rumoured lineup. Particularly for Wild Beasts and The Horrors. Good to see Wild Beasts coming back so soon after Splendour.
Hopefully they both do sideshows.


Yeah I think Kasabian are a good chance for BDO.

Cr1zZ

Cr1zZ said on the 12th Aug, 2011

this is all very good news in my opinion. nothing that bothers me or particularly dissapoints me.

Cr1zZ

Cr1zZ said on the 12th Aug, 2011

[URL="http://www.fasterlouder.com.au/features/25800/Big-Day-Out-behind-the-lineup?page=3"]Viv Lees in October last year - "You have an idea of what you want at the start and as you progress a lot of the things you want don’t happen and a lot of suprising things come up for you that you never thought you were going to get. For instance: how good would it be to have Prince on the show? I never in a thousand years thought that I’d have Neil Young headlining the show. It wasn’t even in my wildest dreams, and then Neil Young’s agent rang and said ‘do you want Neil Young for the 2009 show?’ ‘Fucken A! For sure, what do we have to do?’ That’s pretty much how it works – it’s not as planned out as you might think. In a lot of ways it’s a very organic process."

I WANT TO BELIEVE!

Even more good signs . . .

grattan

grattan said on the 12th Aug, 2011



Or Soundwave. Maddah's a fan so he'd certainly be chasing them.

oldgregg

oldgregg said on the 12th Aug, 2011

I don't really see kasabian as
a soundwave band... but I suppose stranger things have happened

luxembourgerqueen

luxembourgerqueen said on the 12th Aug, 2011

Yeah I highly doubt Kasabian would be at Soundwave.

grattan

grattan said on the 12th Aug, 2011

I don't really see kasabian as
a soundwave band... but I suppose stranger things have happened

Why not? It's not all just metal and punk. They'd fit the vague 'alt-rock' slot as well as a QOTSA, Paramore, FNM, 30STM, Jane's Addiction or Placebo.

Plus their most recent tour was with Soundwave Touring.

Guess we'll find out soon enough.

doubtfulsounds

doubtfulsounds said on the 13th Aug, 2011

I hope The Horrors don't have to play in the middle of the day in the sun if they play Laneway... they'd melt.

humanracin

humanracin said on the 13th Aug, 2011



I think you're confusing The Horrors 2011 with The Horrors 2007, they have basically morphed into a summery shoegaze band now...

Faris

Faris said on the 13th Aug, 2011



They played in the sun at BDO. Such a waste. You can't brood in daylight

grattan

grattan said on the 24th Aug, 2011

Songs by Jonti, Hudson Mohawke, Geoffrey O'Connor, HTRK,Toro Y Moi, John Talabot and Lucky Dragons posted on the Laneway Soundcloud - Hints?

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 24th Aug, 2011

Toro y moi were really good earlier this year

Daft Punks Lip Sweat

Daft Punks Lip Sweat said on the 24th Aug, 2011



I thought he was really average at his Brisbane sideshow.. Played practically nothing off Causers of This and the new record hadn't come out yet..

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 24th Aug, 2011

I was enjoying what i heard at pgw. Didn't really know them before i saw them

mondo22

mondo22 said on the 24th Aug, 2011

want prince, but just on his own tour

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 24th Aug, 2011



I hope they give him his own tour, so you fuck off to it and that would make one less fuckhead at a big day out.

Stefan Beck

Stefan Beck said on the 24th Aug, 2011

I hope they do a Prince/Metallica double bill.

mcslomo

mcslomo said on the 25th Aug, 2011

with some of the ignorant posts about prince on this forum, certainly part of the bdo audience doesn't deserve to have him there. regardless of your own musical taste, it is hard to argue against the fact that he is one of the greatest pop, rock abd funk musicians of all time, plus possibly one of the greatest live acts ever as well. even coming from someone who isn't a big fan.....

monokhrome_nite

monokhrome_nite said on the 26th Aug, 2011

James Hetfield should do an entire Metallica set in falsetto

humanracin

humanracin said on the 26th Aug, 2011

I'd love to see Prince do Purple Rain in full, not too sure how well he would go down with the BDO crowd though.
Perhaps most of them would be too young to know his music at all?
I think Radiohead & Arcade Fire would make alot of people happy, though that wouldn't be my first choice.
Laneway is looking very tasty though :)

monokhrome_nite

monokhrome_nite said on the 26th Aug, 2011

If Neil Young can do BDO and do it well, Prince can too.

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 26th Aug, 2011



Whilst I loved Neil Young at BDO, I've never seen a headliner draw a smaller crowd.

Prince could be a similar case of not really appealing to the audience.

If a sik dubstep act is headlining the Boiler Room, the main arena could be almost empty.

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 26th Aug, 2011

did the Neil Young BDO year sell well?

monokhrome_nite

monokhrome_nite said on the 26th Aug, 2011

I'm pretty sure it sold out, the official attendance figures were down from 2008 I think (probably because no Rage-type acts), but I don't think they were hugely disappointing.

humanracin

humanracin said on the 26th Aug, 2011



I really enjoyed Neil Young at BDO, but most of the other festival goers didn't seem to agree.
The extra space in the main area was like a breath of fresh air... literally

crob

crob said on the 26th Aug, 2011



http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/308301_10150351523200260_589075259_10075603_5564932_n.jpg

he was in 2009, so it sold pretty good.

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 26th Aug, 2011

http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/308301_10150351523200260_589075259_10075603_5564932_n.jpg

he was in 2009, so it sold pretty good.

thats quite interesting. contrary to popular belief BDO seems to be still going strong. out of the million tickets sold for music festivals in 2010, one third of them were for BDO. second place would probably be Soundwave which would be about half that number.

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 26th Aug, 2011

Is Soundwave bigger than Parklife?

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 26th Aug, 2011

Parklife 2010 was 140 000 across 5 cities.

Soundwave Sydney and Brisbane 2011 combined was over 80 000. Add on whatever the other 3 cities managed. i'm sure you will get a figure over 140k.

MilkySheep

MilkySheep said on the 26th Aug, 2011

Surely Future is bigger than Soundwave? Future in Perth this year had more people than BDO (41,000 vs. 37,000).

Faris

Faris said on the 26th Aug, 2011

Got a good feeling that James Blake and Bon Iver will be on the lineup, especially with the release of their collaboration

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 27th Aug, 2011



There are strict attendance caps on the other cities though. Biggest example being, ever since 2009 Future has been stuck at 25000 for Sydney (meaning practically every year is a sellout)

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 27th Aug, 2011



No it hasn't. They imposed that but then at the last minute at the 09 one they jacked it up to around 40k and its been that high ever since

mondo22

mondo22 said on the 27th Aug, 2011



http://matusiak.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/wonder_woman.jpg

mondo22

mondo22 said on the 28th Aug, 2011

in reality, Prince doing his own tour would mean a whole heap less BDO fuckheads that really don't deserve to witness such musical finesse at a Prince concert.

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 28th Aug, 2011

I'm personally loving how Slip_dog is the definition of exactly why the BDO is full of fuckheads, but uses every opportunity possible to paint us as the shitheads.

Truly remarkable.

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 28th Aug, 2011



this is bad comedy. Nobody wants to see that.

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 28th Aug, 2011

I'm personally loving how Slip_dog is the definition of exactly why the BDO is full of fuckheads, but uses every opportunity possible to paint us as the shitheads.

Truly remarkable.
Little bit of back stabbing, say that to my face dickhead. As if I'm the reason the Big Day Out is full of Fuckheads. You fucking don't know me and I've been going forever. I've seen the dickheads move in and ruin a good festival, and most of them are hipster, internet, fucks like you. You are the definition of a low life cunt and you can fuck off with your mocking me, it's the only reason why I mock you back. You are the shit heads, why whinge at me you little girl?

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 28th Aug, 2011

It's past 3am.

Do you ever sleep?

Faris

Faris said on the 29th Aug, 2011

fuck off with your mocking him

mondo22

mondo22 said on the 29th Aug, 2011

http://images.sodahead.com/polls/001493658/3141224393_41780_121776394532595_5200_n_xlarge.jpeg

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 29th Aug, 2011

Someone get Japandroids out here.

There, happy thread? I just kept you on-topic.

monokhrome_nite

monokhrome_nite said on the 29th Aug, 2011



http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lqo7qnLDU11qjomyko1_500.gif

daveyac8881

daveyac8881 said on the 29th Aug, 2011

There is no way in hell capacity of Future is only 25,000. I read it was around 45k in 2010 so using that figure I'd guess close to 60k in 2011. They keep finding more space in that racecourse to cram more Ke$ha fans into. They should just replace the whole thing with a giant Likes of You tent

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 29th Aug, 2011

It's past 3am.

Do you ever sleep?
Not really but this place usually sends me to sleep.

monokhrome_nite

monokhrome_nite said on the 29th Aug, 2011



http://i361.photobucket.com/albums/oo54/xXxNoxInvictusxXx/no-u.jpg

mondo22

mondo22 said on the 29th Aug, 2011



http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_hDXExmqEHaw/TJAWe2ecDoI/AAAAAAAAA2M/1QgHjIdjBdI/s1600/sorry.jpg

p1owz0r

p1owz0r said on the 30th Aug, 2011



Maybe you should sleep more if you're that cranky at 3am

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 30th Aug, 2011



I really doubt they'd expand a festival by 15000 punters in one year without moving to a new location.

Unless this is hyperbole, then BOMBS AWAY!

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 30th Aug, 2011

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_63LG_qT-Sac/SafIUXFMYII/AAAAAAAAAHQ/CzZGH5asLLs/s400/1235732372841.jpg

evkh

evkh said on the 14th Sep, 2011

young turks (jamie xx and the fam) will have a stage at laneway.

grattan

grattan said on the 24th Sep, 2011

More rumours.

From Adelaide Now:

Veteran rock band Pearl Jam is hotly tipped to headline the event alongside UK rock act Kasabian. Other rumours include hit maker Prince (although he has been all but ruled out), Oasis songwriter Noel Gallagher, pop act Foster The People, My Chemical Romance and UK songstress Florence and the Machine.

New York rockers The Strokes are hotly tipped to headline the Future Music Festival announcement alongside dance act the Rapture and DJ Fatboy Slim.

Also announced for next month is the line-up of the ever-impressive "boutique style" Laneway Festival which will feature UK folk songstress Laura Marling alongside French synth maestro M83.

And from Nui Te Koha (suprise!):
Wiz Khalifa for the BDO

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 24th Sep, 2011

These fake announcements are potentially saving me a lot of money.

daveyac8881

daveyac8881 said on the 24th Sep, 2011

Man I really hope it's not Pearl Jam- that would be the biggest let down

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 24th Sep, 2011

so no one thinks PJ will do BDO+ Sideshows? out of the question? they're too old?

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 24th Sep, 2011

They have a longstanding promoter relationship with Chugg that has been very lucrative for them. Why would they break that?

shazie

shazie said on the 24th Sep, 2011

I feel like we've had this discussion before..

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-gHPtVZrfmLE/Ta7vHgBDrZI/AAAAAAAACcw/jd1jII7-bPc/s1600/groundhog+day+1.jpg

Samwise

Samwise said on the 24th Sep, 2011



The last two times they toured here before 2009 (Chugg) was 2003 and 2006 which were both with Coppel.

In 2001 Big Day Out actually had them booked to headline before Roskilde happened and for obvious reasons they decided to pull out.

So three of the last four times they've been booked to come here have had nothing to do with Chugg.

I'm not saying they'd do the BDO because in principal i'd agree with what you've said in other threads that they can earn a shit load more doing their own tour especially coming off a stadium tour.

I'm just not sure I understand this long standing Chugg relationship argument.

Faris

Faris said on the 25th Sep, 2011

I hear BDO announcement is tomorrow? is that true?

oldgregg

oldgregg said on the 25th Sep, 2011

someone told me that too, I'm sure we'd of found out on here by now if true?

tyler07

tyler07 said on the 25th Sep, 2011

I'm pretty sure it was The BDO Spy that said midnight tomorrow night (Tuesday 12am), so you can take that how you will...

Despite the fact that he is a less than reliable source of info, it probably is right as it's always been around this time, and was definitely a similar night last year.

shazie

shazie said on the 25th Sep, 2011

It seems it's been announced on the last tuesday of September for the last couple years (can't remember before then) if that helps at all

tyler07

tyler07 said on the 25th Sep, 2011

Yeah that is true. So keen on the announcement just so people can quit with the 'rumours' already... This has gotta be one of the worst years in terms of just constant rumours with little to no evidence to support them. We must've had about 7 or 8 bands that have been rumoured headliners?

oldgregg

oldgregg said on the 25th Sep, 2011

first year I haven't followed it intensely since I started going, had such a boring time this year that I'm finding it hard to give a fuck. kasabian, florence, the vaccines, and foster the people would get me there. headliners have never really grabbed me at bdo, maybe this will be the year?

I really don't want the strokes to play future =\ i'd rather em at bdo.

daveyac8881

daveyac8881 said on the 25th Sep, 2011

I don't care what the Strokes do as long as there is a sideshow

01seb

01seb said on the 25th Sep, 2011

Triple J say they are announcing the lineup on Wednesday, so it should be on the BDO page at midnight on Tuesday.

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 25th Sep, 2011

my serious guess is RHCP. BDO have been chasing them since they last headlined and they're now finally unpopular/shit enough to headline.

tyler07

tyler07 said on the 25th Sep, 2011

first year I haven't followed it intensely since I started going, had such a boring time this year that I'm finding it hard to give a fuck. kasabian, florence, the vaccines, and foster the people would get me there. headliners have never really grabbed me at bdo, maybe this will be the year?

I really don't want the strokes to play future =\ i'd rather em at bdo.

Yeah this year was a bit interesting, I had a great time between Tool, Die Antwoord, Iggy, Rammstein and a particularly awesome performance by Children Collide. But Crystal Castles and Lupe were average, and being fans of both acts made that a bit disappointing.

I think RHCP are the most likely to headline, and I definitely think My Chemical Romance will be on there as well. I'm a big enough fan of MCR and the festival (plus the accompanying boozed up weekend with my mates) that it'd be enough to get me there.

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 25th Sep, 2011

there is a precedent of Radiohead appearing at Big Day Outs. in 1996 they played Big Day Out in Galway, Ireland alongside The Cardigans and Divine Comedy.

interpret that how you like. but i'm now predicting a new stage dedicated to reliving Big Day Out Ireland 1996.

andy_chalmers_102

andy_chalmers_102 said on the 25th Sep, 2011


I think RHCP are the most likely to headline, and I definitely think My Chemical Romance will be on there as well. I'm a big enough fan of MCR and the festival (plus the accompanying boozed up weekend with my mates) that it'd be enough to get me there.

I'm a little hesitant to consider MCR as a possibility, mainly because I seem to recall an interview in which Gerard Way stated that they hated it last time they did BDO and they didn't get along with any of the other bands.

01seb

01seb said on the 25th Sep, 2011

I reckon RHCP will headline too.
MCR possible, but not likely. I reckon one of SOAD or QOTSA might play last on Orange stage...

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 26th Sep, 2011

No matter who headlines, this week will be the annual "worst week on FL".

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 26th Sep, 2011

I'd argue that the week tickets go on sale could be worse.

Maximillian Billion

Maximillian Billion said on the 26th Sep, 2011



Its a lose-lose situation. If the lineup is good, there is less whinging about that, but copious levels of 'Fucking bullshit ticketing system, WTFBDO?!' when Sydney, Melbs and GC all sell out in 15 mins. On the otherhand, a shit lineup doesn't have that problem but you get all of the 'WTFBDO? Fucking shithouse lineup, y no ratm??!?', etc etc.

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 26th Sep, 2011

Every year has a "shit" lineup because everyone compares it to the 04 lineup which, admittedly, isn't that great on paper* as everyone makes it out to be.

*I wasn't there but tbh it was probably headlined by bogans who bash cunts, as per every BDO.

monokhrome_nite

monokhrome_nite said on the 26th Sep, 2011

Flaming Lips would have been glorious, though

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 26th Sep, 2011

Every year has a "shit" lineup because everyone compares it to the 04 lineup which, admittedly, isn't that great on paper* as everyone makes it out to be.

*I wasn't there but tbh it was probably headlined by bogans who bash cunts, as per every BDO.

It was pretty amazing.

I've never had a bad time at the bdo in all the years I've gone.

There's so many sluts to feel up and fags to bash, what's not to love. Straya.

...but seriously I have had a great time every year regardless of line up.

shazie

shazie said on the 26th Sep, 2011

Every year has a "shit" lineup because everyone compares it to the 04 lineup which, admittedly, isn't that great on paper* as everyone makes it out to be.

*I wasn't there but tbh it was probably headlined by bogans who bash cunts, as per every BDO.

If could have only ever gone to one BDO, it would've been that one.

Sadly I was 13 and didn't have money for anything.

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 26th Sep, 2011

Every year has a "shit" lineup because everyone compares it to the 04 lineup which, admittedly, isn't that great on paper* as everyone makes it out to be.

*I wasn't there but tbh it was probably headlined by bogans who bash cunts, as per every BDO.

pffft EAD, that line up was pretty huge....and tbh not many line ups have been that big since, off the top of my head i would only say Splendour of last year and blues fest this year

shazie

shazie said on the 27th Sep, 2011

TL;DR Version: 17 acts announced on September 29th


From

http://bigdayoutofficial.wordpress.com/2011/09/27/big-day-out-2012-countdown-announcement/

"Come with us on a journey through time, back to 1992 where it all began for the Big Day Out!

It’s our 20th Anniversary and to celebrate this mighty milestone we’re cracking open our Vault so you can join us on a trip down memory lane, all in the lead up to the exciting announcement of our 2012 Big Day Out line-up!

Think of our Vault like an Advent calendar on our website where each day we’ll unveil years, starting with 1992 and working our way through to 2012. We’ll let you know when a year is being unlocked via our official Big Day Out Facebook and Twitter, so be sure to join our community! Once a year is unlocked, simply click on the Festival poster and you’ll be rewarded with a time capsule of that year including the line-up, memorabilia, video, ticket, images and merchandise. Expect to be wowed by incredible line-ups, awesome music and some questionable fashion!

Once we’ve opened the 2011 Vault, it’ll be time for us to look forward in the best way we know how: announcing the line-up to the 2012 Big Day Out!

This year it’s all happening a little differently: on the evening of Thursday 29th September we will announce seventeen acts from our first announcement via our official Facebook and Twitter (make sure you are following us!) then it’s time to get some beauty sleep before Tom and Alex announce three of the headliners and another special treat during triple j breakfast.

COUNT DOWN WITH US!"

shazie

shazie said on the 28th Sep, 2011

http://brisbane.lanewayfestival.com.au/shut-up-dude-seven-rising-female-artists/

^ Some possible hints?

grattan

grattan said on the 28th Sep, 2011

http://brisbane.lanewayfestival.com.au/shut-up-dude-seven-rising-female-artists/

^ Some possible hints?

Dum Dum Girls are touring over New Years but Ema, Cults, Glaser, Chairlift, St. Vincent and Alpine all possible I guess. Looks like a Frankie dream lineup- soft focus femmes FTW!

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 28th Sep, 2011

If St. Vincent tours, MAB has to review.

He wrote it ages ago!

Stefan Beck

Stefan Beck said on the 28th Sep, 2011

If she tours can FL organize some sort of "date with St. Vincent" competition and then rig it so I win?

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 28th Sep, 2011



Stefan Beck and St. Vincent's date has been awkward thus far. I'm seeing a sweaty brow, awkward silence, nervous laughter, and clumsiness, but most of all I'm seeing awkwardness.

Jaaaaaccckk

Jaaaaaccckk said on the 28th Sep, 2011

well i'd be pretty nervous about meeting him too.

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 28th Sep, 2011

hope to see The War on Drugs on the Laneway lineup.

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