The Revivalists Perform “All My Friends” For ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ [Watch]

first_imgLast night, The Revivalists stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, serving as the night’s musical guest. Led by frontman David Shaw, The Revivalists worked through a take on their recently released “All My Friends”, one of two tracks that the band has premiered leading up to their forthcoming album release.After much speculation, last month The Revivalists finally announced their brand-new and long-awaited studio album, which is titled Take Good Care and due out on November 9th via Loma Vista Recordings. The New Orleans-based band first broke the news to fans during the group’s sold-out show at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre last month, who had been eagerly awaiting a follow-up to 2015’s Men Amongst Mountains.Watch The Revivalists’ performance of “All My Friends” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert below:The Revivalists – “All My Friends” – 10/18/2018[Video: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert]The Revivalists’ upcoming 14-track LP is currently available for pre-order, in addition to instant downloads of hit single “All My Friends” and fan-favorite live staple “You And I” off the forthcoming Take Good Care. For more information about Take Good Care or for ticketing, head to the band’s website here.Take Good Care Tracklist:1. Otherside2. All My Friends3. Change4. Got Love5. Next To You6. You Said It All7. Oh No8. You and I9. Hate To Love You10. Future11. When I’m With You12. Celebration13. Some People Say14. Shoot You DownView All Trackslast_img read more

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Developer reveals reason why there’s no pool or gym in complex

first_img The project has been specifically designed as an inner city sanctuary, and has foregone a pool to reduce noise that would disturb peace and tranquility. There is still the sanctuary of green space to enjoy the sunshine. Dwell Newstead has towers rising 14 floors, with the three, four and five-bedroom skyhomes on levels nine to 13. Construction started in early 2018, and completion is expected in November. Dwell Newstead offers the opportunity to work with the developer to tailor your apartment to your requirements.The two Dwell towers are 20m apart – more than most suburban neighbours. All with an aluminium facade that does not need constant repainting, buyers can expect lower maintenance and body corporate fees.Mr Di Bartolomeo said during the process of designing a new home, buyers would have constant support from the head of the variations team, to assist with customisation and streamline the process.“The diversity and extensive flexibility of this offering meant a recent buyer was able to purchase two apartments on consecutive levels and join them via an internal staircase,” he said.“This unique ability offers two major benefits for homeowners. “Firstly, it allows the buyer to design a fully personalised residence to suit their immediate needs. “Secondly, since the new skyhome is unique it represents a sound marketing advantage if and when the owner decides to sell, maximising capital growth.” Dwell Newstead offers the opportunity to work with the developer to tailor your apartment to your requirements. This includes colour palette, finishes, appliances and even reconfiguration of the apartment where practical to achieve a one-off apartment that suits your lifestyle. Photo: SuppliedA Brisbane developer has promised off-the-plan buyers apartments more than 130sq m bigger than the average size of new land in the city.Despite having no pool or gym in the building, in addition to the 600sq m floorplan, Dibcorp will give buyers the chance to customise their skyhomes and allow internal spaces to be resized within Dwell Newstead. Dwell Newstead features two separate towers.Dibcorp managing director Franco Di Bartolomeo said one of the challenges buyers encountered in today’s property market was finding an apartment that suited all their needs. Buyers can work with architects and designers to modify elements for their new apartment. From simple tweaks such as changing the colour scheme, tiles and appliances to creating an entirely new apartment layout by moving internal walls, changing room positions, and even combining multiple apartments together.The flexibility to truly customise an off-the-plan apartment gives buyers the chance to have a unique home that reflects their needs and lifestyle. “Customising apartments is becoming more of a trend in the luxury apartments market, with buyers looking for a home with their personal imprint,” Mr Di Bartolomeo said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours ago“The selected material palettes of marble, timber, stone and glass are blended to complement any interior design preferences as ostentatious or as subtle as you wish. “Being both the developer and builder, we’ve found that this approach is a deal-maker for buyers, specifically for owner-occupiers, who look for a white canvas to transform into a custom-made skyhome.” Dwell’s unique “create your own” feature has attracted owner occupiers, downsizers, and young couples who could not find this level of customisation in any other project in the area,” Mr Di Bartolomeo said.last_img read more