Hell yes! The Field Day 2019 line-up just dropped and its as blockbuster as we imagined it would be.
After months of swirling rumours, the Splendour In The Grass lineup for 2018 has finally arrived.
Kendrick Lamar has been announced as the headliner alongside Lorde. Vampire Weekend are also back and ready to make the trip to Byron.
Both Lorde and Vampire Weekend are exclusive to Splendour meaning you won't see them anywhere else in Australia.
The US festivals just keep delivering the goods this year with Outside Lands the latest to give us gold.
The San Fran festival has lined-up Florence + The Machine, The Weeknd and Janet Jackson as headliners proving that there's no shortage of female headliners.
CHVRCHES alerted fans earlier in the week when they blacked out all their social media channels and now they've given us something more to get excited about.
The band have shared a snippet of new music on their socials alongside a video of singer Lauren Mayberry.
It's been 10 years since Tegan & Sara released their iconic record The Con and they're celebrating with an album that sees everyone from Grimes to CHVRCHES cover their songs.
Today, we've got the CHVRCHES cover of Call It Off which is a beautiful take on the song.
Here's your favourite discovery of the week: if you speed up The 1975 on a record player, they sound like CHVRCHES.
BBC host Steve Holden made the groundbreaking discovery when they accidentally sped-up The 1975's Somebody Else and decided that Matt Healy's pitched-up vocals sounded like CHVRCHES frontwoman Lauren Mayberry.