The band, who had previously issued a statement acknowledging the fact “alcoholic behaviour in the past has intimidated or made people feel unsafe”, chose triple j’s Hack for the interview, a platform known for its unbiased investigative journalism and high-minded industry figure/host Tom Tilley.
I’ve listened to four minutes of the Sticky Fingers Hack interview and I’ve heard them say “I don’t really wanna talk about that” three times#copout
— Dole Blogger (@BrittA2211) April 12, 2018
Now, as revealed using data from J Play, the industry resource which showcases the artists and songs that are played on triple j radio in Australia, Stickers Fingers are not being played on the youth broadcaster.
The Sticky Fingers artist profile on J Play lists all the songs played on triple j and the most recent airing for each song. It shows the last time the band’s music was aired was once in April.