Thundamentals Stellar Award Nomination List For 3rd Album So We Can Remember

Just 7 months after the watershed release of their third album So We Can Remember Thundamentals are still pinching themselves to be honoured with nominations for a slew of major music awards in 2014.

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Thundamentals’ So We Can Remember, a #1 Digital, Independent, Australian & Urban ARIA Album, [rel. 2 May 2014, Obese Records] was a Feature Album on Triple J and Fbi FM, spawned a sold out tour following the success of single ‘Smiles Don’t Lie’, and saw their YouTube views get within a Thundakat whisker of 3 million.

As well, So We Can Remember is the ONLY record nominated for a J Award [Album Of The Year], a Carlton Dry Independent Music Award [Best Independent Hip Hop Album], an ARIA Award [Best Urban Album], an Fbi SMAC Award [Record Of The Year] and the critically acclaimed, nationally coveted Australian Music Prize.

The album has recently re-entered the charts, working its way up to #9 on the ARIA Urban Charts, as Thundamentals support the record-breaking, Hilltop Hoods tour where they’ve closed every show with the headliners, adding their own verses to the ARIA Top 5 single for which the tour is named: ‘Cosby Sweater’.

As busy as they’ve been, Thundamentals have had their 5th and final single ‘Missing You’ added to triple j rotation, and are stoked to premiere the video today while ARIA night hangovers are still fading. ‘Missing You’ as The Vine pointed out, is a “sublime little grower revolving around fathers and sons”, which is particularly poignant, going by Thundamentals’ note online: “It’s obviously a very personal story for us and a very special clip. We’ve dedicated the clip to the loving memory of DJ Morgs father who passed away this year.”

You can vote for So We Can Remember in the 2014 Fbi SMAC Awards here. So We Can Remember – Now
available on vinyl through Obese Records.

So We Can Remember Award Nominations:
J Award – Album Of The Year 
ARIA Award – Best Urban Album 
The Coopers Australian Music Prize
FBi Sydney Music Arts & Culture (SMAC) Awards – Record Of The Year
Carlton Dry Independent Music Award – Best Independent Hip Hop Album

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