Here's how to sign up to the Pilerats Newsletter (and what it'll bring you)

Here's how to sign up to the Pilerats Newsletter (and what it'll bring you)

Get a fresh dose of new music straight into your inbox, from the folks you trust best.

Yep, we've got a newsletter!

It's been a long time coming, and something we've always talked about doing but never really had the time or mental energy to dig into. However, with the increasing instability of news on social media platforms and search platforms, we thought there's no better time than now to make sure we have a direct line to the best people, so we can share the best music with them - just like we do best.

So, what will the Pilerats Newsletter bring you?

It's a chance for us to send you everything we froth / that we think is worthy of your attention, from music news and new releases right through to long-form interviews and video content (including our fabled #LiveSessions and #GetToKnow segments, which will be making a return very shortly). We'll also be able to give you the inside first scoop of shows in your area and upcoming merch drops, so you'll never have to worry about missing out again.

So go on, sign up and get a dose of new music in your inbox - and help support us in the process of doing so.

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Iron Man fighting Captain America and friends.

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1 year ago

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Not since Sia in 2016 and Iggy Azalea in 2014 has an Australian musician been so commercially successful in the US.

2 years ago

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