In 1998 the band expanded to include keyboardist Rob Dawson.
‘Sunset Studies’ (2000) was the band’s first release. It was met with good reviews, and was moderate in its overall success.
After time apart and the death of keyboardist Rob Dawson, Augie March returned to the studio to record their second full length album… ‘Strange Bird’ was released in 2002, eventually being released in the US.
Augie March’s latest album ‘Moo, You Bloody Choir’ was nominated for four ARIA Awards in 2006: best rock album, single of the year (“One Crowded Hour”), best group and album of the year, but didn’t win.
On the 26th of January 2007 (Australia Day) “One Crowded Hour” came in at number one in Australian radio station Triple J’s Hottest 100 (an annual music poll). A somewhat unexpected victor Augie March surprised many listeners with their success, but were on the most part very well received by Hottest 100 fans.
The band released its fourth long player, “Watch Me Disappear”, on October 10 in Australia, followed by a national promotional tour.
Edited by glendarian on 14 Jul 2010, 13:55
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