Both albums, titled “Black” and “Blue” respectively, were released on the 14th of October, 2016. These two albums are the first release for The Nation Blue since their 2009 album, “Rising Waters.”
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Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 9:46 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
Thursday, January 19, 2012 at 3:06 PM (PST) by brittles
If you are Australian then you’ll know exactly how influential Blueline Medic were and still are to the Australian punk / rock scene. To celebrate just how influential this band have been Poison City Records will be releasing “Shuffle and Scrape: A Tribute to Blueline Medic” featuring tracks from The Nation Blue, A Death In The Family, The Gifthorse, Arrows, Jamie Hay & The Smith Street Band, Jen Buxton, Harmony, Paper Arms, Darren Gibson and Grim Fandango. Head here for more details.
The album will be released in April on limited edition vinyl with artwork done by Blueline Medic fan and Samiam member, Sergie Loobkoff.
Thursday, May 19, 2011 at 7:30 PM (PST) by brittles
Welcome to the final interview in our Spoonfest series! If you’ve been following the series you’d now almost be bffs with the majority of the bands on the line-up. Because we like to go out in style, we are polishing off the series today with Australian legends and Spoonfest headliners, The Nation Blue.
The Nation Blue turns 15 in 2011 and we sent a quick Q & A to Matt Weston who tells us about the band, the Australian music scene, and being in the running for the “Best Promotional Video” award in 2011. You can also stream their killer track, “Higher Form.” Check out the interview, video and track right here.
Spoonfest kicks off at 5pm tomorrow at the The Step Inn (Brisbane, Australia). Be sure to pick up a ticket here and be there. When hangovers subside and the C sharp ringing in our ears stops we will be back with a show review and photos of the night. BOOM!
Monday, April 25, 2011 at 2:20 AM (PST) by brittles
Well, shit! We’re totally chuffed to announce that Australian legends, The Nation Blue will be head-lining Spoonfest 2011. The band will join the likes of the The Quickening, Local Resident Failure, Headaches and Friends With The Enemy and a bunch of other awesome bands for one massive night of Australian punk-rock. Have a look at the full line-up here.
The show will take place on the 21st of May at The Step Inn in Brisbane, Australia. For those of you who can’t make it, we’ll be there and we’ll be reporting back. Get excited!