New Video and Tour for Children Collide

What is it with bands choosing to release interactive videos? There seem to be quite a few coming out latley. Not that I’m complaining, they put a fun twist on the typical music video, although I’m not sure how they’ll go on Rage…

It’s no secret that I absolutley love Children Collide and was extremely exctited when I found out that their next single would be Chosen Armies, one of the best songs off their The Long Now album. The video is interactive and is a 360 degree panorama that lets you choose what you see. It can be found here.

The band is also embarking on an Australian tour. The dates are:

Thursday, September 3
Karova Lounge, Ballarat, VIC

Friday, September 4
The Corner Hotel, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday, September 5
The Republic Bar, Hobart, TAS

Sunday, September 6
Hotel New York, Launceston, TAS

Wednesday, September 9
Roi Bar, Albury, NSW

Thursday, September 10
The Harp, Wollongong, NSW

Friday, September 11
The Gaelic, Sydney, NSW

Saturday, September 12
Coaster Festival, Gosford Show Grounds, NSW

Thursday, September 17
Fowlers Live, Adelaide, SA

Friday, September 18
The Rosemount Hotel, Perth, WA

Saturday, September 19
Prince Of Wales, Bunbury, WA

Sunday, September 20
Newport Hotel, Fremantle, WA

Thursday, September 24
The Sands Tavern, Maroochydore, QLD

Friday, September 25
Miami Tavern, Gold Coast, QLD

Saturday, September 26
Sounds Of Spring, Brisbane, QLD

Sunday, September 27
The Step Inn, Brisbane, QLD

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One Night Stand With Children Collide

Every year Australia’s national youth broadcaster, Triple J, puts on a free concert in a regional area.

This year the concert will be held in Sale, Victoria on the 30th of May.

The bands that have been announced so far are Eskimo Joe, The Butterfly Effect and Children Collide.

This latest addition is probably the most exciting of the three. Chilren Collide play loud rock music about cannibals, spaceships and robots. While this may sound strange on paper, they put on an excellent live show and their debut album The Long Now was one of the best releases of last year.

They’re going to America for a tour in the near future and they are definatly worth seeing live.

Children Collide-Farewell Rocketship.mp3