ALL OF THE DREAMERS IS OUT NOW!
It's felt like a long time coming, but you can now finally buy All Of The Dreamers as a digital single! Click on the options below to buy.
PRE-ORDER GOLDEN RULE NOW!
If All Of The Dreamers gets you a little bit excited for Golden Rule's impending release on November 13th, you're not alone! However, you can lay your claim and pre-order the album now!
As we told you earlier this week, we're teaming up with the folks at Movember and will be donating $5 from every copy pre-ordered at WWW.POWDERFINGERMO.COM to the cause. You can pick from a standard CD, Deluxe CD or digital download.
You can also head over to iTunes where you can pre-order Golden Rule with the following bonus material:
- 2 x exclusive computer wallpapers
- 12 x studio photos
- Golden Rule mini documentary video
- A never-before-seen mini documentary
- 2 x exclusive bonus tracks: "See You Again" and "See Me Coming"
Click here to buy now.
Q150 TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE!
The Gold Coast Big Day Out might have sold out within micro seconds, but Queenslanders still have the chance to catch Powderfinger live this year at the Q150 Proclamation Day Concert. There was a glitch with the ticketing system when tickets first went on sale, so a few people might have thought tickets were sold out. But they're not, so if you hurry you too could catch Powderfinger live alongside Custard, Yves Klein Blue, The Middle East and The Cairos.
TO GET YOUR Q150 CONCERT TICKET AND PRE-ORDER YOUR DOWNLOAD OF THE NEW POWDERFINGER ALBUM - "GOLDEN RULE" FOR $25 (PLUS HANDLING), CALL 136 246 OR VISIT WWW.QTIX.COM.AU. THIS IS AN ALL AGES EVENT.
Don't forget we'll be updating you on the band's mo growing adventures on the website. Any predictions on who'll grow the best one?
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