Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever churn out bright, energetic rock & roll with lively guitar lines, pop hooks and dry wit that feels both fresh and familiar. The band cites Australian indie band The Go-Betweens along with surf music and classic rock like Neil Young as primary influences. They are spearheading a bright music scene in Melbourne, Australia, that exhumes those college radio sounds for the streaming times of today. To say 2018 was a big year for Rolling Blackouts C.F. is an understatement. The release of the band’s lauded debut album Hope Downs was embraced by lovers of their early EPs and new fans alike. The record quickly became one of the most acclaimed albums of the year, appearing in many sought after Best of 2018 lists, coming in at #3 on MOJO’s Album Of The Year List. Meanwhile, the band’s renowned live shows led to selling out their mammoth Hope Downs Australian tour, as well as sold-out performances in London, San Diego, San Francisco, New York City and more. This also included performances at the world’s biggest music festivals, from Coachella and The great Escape to Pukkelpop and Green Man. Rolling Blackouts C.F. are coming back to London to play Village Underground in July.