Art vs Science is performing at Falls Festival.
Art vs Science is performing at Falls Festival. Contributed

Art vs Science are In This Together

WIDELY acknowledged to be one of Australia's most enthralling and popular live acts, Art vs Science's accolades are many - two platinum and gold EPs, a #2 and #9 in Triple J's Hottest 100 (for Parlez-Vous Francais? and Magic Fountain), a J Award nomination and an ARIA award for their debut album The Experiment, which charted at #2 in its week of release.

But it's their irresistible energy, relentless touring and undeniable sense of fun that has won over countless fans from all over the country, and they are coming to North Byron Parklands as part of Falls Festival.

Their latest single, In This Together, follows the successful trends of each one of their previous releases.

Dan Mac (aka Daniel McNamee) is a vocalist, guitar and keyboards player in the band.

He said their Falls gig will be about their new record, The Edge of The Earth and Into Forever, Forever, which comes out tomorrow. "A friends said the new album sounds like us, but different. I guess we have evolved with our sound," he said.

The first single from the album, Tired of Pretending, is out now.

For details visit http://www.fallsfestival.com.au.



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