First single in 14 years, “BALLAD OF BERTIE KIDD”

“Ballad of Bertie Kidd” is a six minute crime caper that immediately takes its place with the classics of The Whitlams’ repertoire, and is their first new song since 2006. As the track begins, Freedman is cornered by a Rabbitohs fan at the pub who relates a tale that only the patron saint of hapless […]

“Gaffage and Clink” National Tour Rescheduled to August & September 2021

Original ticket purchases are valid for entry on the rescheduled show dates #KeepYourTicket The Whitlams’ “Gaffage and Clink 2020” tour, originally set to commence on Monday 3 August 2020 with 13 sold-out dates, has been rescheduled to August and September 2021. All existing ticket-holders need not take any action – original purchases are valid for […]

Announcing the ‘Gaffage & Clink’ National Tour!

Ahead of the release of their first new music in 14 years, The Whitlams have today announced the ‘Gaffage and Clink 2020’ national tour which will see the much loved band visit all capital cities and several regional centres during August and September.   Tickets are on sale at 10am local time on Thursday February 20 […]

From the J Files (2017) – The Whitlams

Amongst the dozens of killer guitar-centric indie bands emerging from the Australian underground in the mid-‘90s, one Sydney band emerged with a distinctly different sound. The Whitlams were a piano-driven pop band. They were literate, tongue-in-cheek and unafraid to explore the complexity of the many facets of human emotion in their music. They were a […]

The Whitlams review: God drinks at the Metro

No band defines ’90s Sydney like The Whitlams, and for this night at least, chief writer and lone original member Tim Freedman was happy to quench a near-capacity crowd’s thirst for nostalgia. One song from The Whitlams’ last album of original material, 2006’s Little Cloud, was as close as we got to new in a […]