The Datsuns are out with the video to their new single ‘So Long’, the second release from the Cambridge, New Zealand rock group’s fourth studio album ‘Headstunts’, out now on Cooking Vinyl. Watch via YouTube below.
Hurricane Party, The Datsuns, Therapy, Tokyo Dragons performed at The Bulldog Bash on August 12th at Shakespeare County Raceway in Warwickshire, Great Britain. Check out pictures from WireImage.
The Subterraneans and The Datsuns performed at the Admiral Cardiff Big Weekend on Sunday (August 14) at Civic Center in Cardiff, Wales. Check out pictures from FilmMagic.
The Datsuns and Velvet Revolver performed live on stage during the first London date of their UK tour in London on Sunday (January 9). Check out pictures from WireImage.
The Datsuns and The Donnas performed in concert on Tuesday (November 30) at Webster Hall in New York City. Check out pictures from FilmMagic.
The Datsuns are out with the video to their new single 'Girl's Best Friend', from their latest album 'Outta Sight/Outta Mind'. Watch it online below.
The Datsuns performed on stage at The Mean Fiddler on Sunday (September 26) in London. Check out pictures from GettyImages
Rock acts on television this week include Green Day, who perform on 'The Late Show with David Letterman' on Monday; Breaking Benjamin, who perform on 'Last Call with Carson Daly' on Monday; Simple Plan, who visit 'Total Request Live' on Monday and 'Daily Download' on Wednesday; the Thrills, who perform on 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' on Tuesday and 'The Late Late Show' on Friday; the Datsuns, who perform on 'The Late Late Show' on Wednesday; Matchbook Romance, who appear on 'Daily Download' on Wednesday; and the Calling, who perform on 'The Tony Danza Show' on Thursday.
Dolf Datsun of The Datsuns spoke with Australia's Beat magazine about winning the prestigious Best Live Band gong at the NME Awards, a reflection of the band's inate ability to let it all hang out on stage. "I have to say we were really surprised to win," the guitarist said. "It's one of those industry awards that is voted for by the kids who go the shows. It's one thing being recognized by other people in the industry because they have to, but it's a lot better being put up there by the people who come and see you. The ones who, no matter what language they speak, go and see you, know the words to all the songs – even if they don't know what they mean – and put everything into it. And we reciprocate."
Hitting the road on the Ozzfest tour, The Datsuns frontman Dolf Datsun admits to RollingStone.com that they don't expect every audience to love them. "We are the most faggy band at Ozzfest," Dolf admits. "Us Nancy-boys got asked to do it. We've had some really interesting suggestions for T-shirts to sell at Ozzfest -- 'The Most Hated Band at Ozzfest,' and on the back, 'The Datsuns.'"