Artist info

Genre

Dance, Indie, Rock


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STUMPS

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13 Jun

Barbara

Brisbane, 4006

Brisbane

8:00pm

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STUMPS

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20 Jun

Grace Darling Hotel

Melbourne, 3066

Melbourne

8:00pm

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STUMPS

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26 Jun

Oxford Art Gallery

Sydney, 2010

Sydney

8:00pm

Bio

New South Wales STUMPS deliver new single ‘Mouth Static’ and announce east-coast headline tour. The single follows their 2019 release, ‘Laugh About It’ and sees them touch on a more electronic-based production, while maintaining their Indie-Rock and Brit-Pop traditions.

Since their inception, STUMPS have lapped the country numerous times, cementing their live presence touring alongside the likes of Trophy Eyes, Dear Seattle, Maddy Jane and CLEWS. As well as festival performances at The Drop Festival and Lost Paradise. 

STUMPS take their enthralling live performance to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane throughout June.

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03 Mar 2019

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Review

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

20 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

genuine question: have STUMPS ever written a bad song? every single offering is tight, catchy, danceable indie-rock and this is no exception. also, the vocals really shine on this one!

genuine question: have STUMPS ever written a bad song? every single offering is tight, catchy, danceable indie-rock and this is no exception. also, the vocals really shine on this one!

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

12 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

Can't stop won't stop moving through this woozy new one. Some of my favourite bands growing up were The Jungle Giants, Northeast Party House, Ball Park Music, San Cisco (to name a few) and man, I could slot you guys right in with the line up. And that's a pretty big deal for me. Killing it!

Can't stop won't stop moving through this woozy new one. Some of my favourite bands growing up were The Jungle Giants, Northeast Party House, Ball Park Music, San Cisco (to name a few) and man, I could slot you guys right in with the line up. And that's a pretty big deal for me. Killing it!

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

12 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

once again stumps are bringing a big energy. it's dancey and gets your head nodding, your body moving and your arms in the air - all great things imho.

once again stumps are bringing a big energy. it's dancey and gets your head nodding, your body moving and your arms in the air - all great things imho.