Watch the New Little May Video “Dust” Plus National Tour Dates

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There are so many good things happening with Little May at the moment – we’re super proud of the Sydney trio. There’s a new EP on the way (due on the 10th October), they’ve signed to Capitol Records in the US and have an overseas tour in the works.

Then there’s also their brand new video “Dust” which sees the band collaborating with Melbourne based creative house Oh Yeah Wow.

Oh Yeah Wow were intrigued by the concept of how we, as viewers, are often more affected by the loss of an animal than of a human on screen,” Little May explained. “They wanted to explore the power in this, which we immediately connected to. There is a real purity and simplicity in the story. We felt like it was the best fit for this song”

Check out the video for “Dust” below:

Little May have also just announced plans for a November national tour. The first 3 dates will be supporting the legendary Rodriguez in Perth followed by headline shows which will see Little May joined by Timber and Steel favourites Winterbourne in support. Check out the full list of dates below:

Thursday 6th November – Kings Park & Botanic Garden, Perth, WA (Supporting Rodriguez)
Friday 7th November – Kings Park & Botanic Garden, Perth, WA (Supporting Rodriguez)
Sunday 9th November – Kings Park & Botanic Garden, Perth, WA (Supporting Rodriguez)
Sunday 16th November – Rad Bar, Wollongong, NSW
Friday 21st November – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC
Saturday 22nd November – The Front Gallery & Cafe, Canberra, ACT
Thursday 27th November – Newtown Social Club, Sydney, NSW
Friday 28th November – Newtown Social Club, Sydney, NSW
Saturday 29th November – Gorgeous Music Festival, McLaren Vale, SA
Friday 5th December – Solbar, Sunshine Coast, QLD
Saturday 6th December – Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane, QLD

Watch the New Video from James Vincent McMorrow, “Look Out”

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The latest track to get the video treatment from James Vincent McMorrow is “Look Out” from his amazing, genre defying album Post Tropical.

“I made this video because I wanted to capture on camera the lights and 3D mapping we’ve created to use on tour,” James Vincent McMorrow explained. “The song is one of my favourites to play off of Post Tropical, I chose it because I face out on stage every single night and I’ve always wanted to see what the lights look like choreographing the flow of it, and have a record of it to keep. It’s not a single, I made it purely to capture something that I love, and to share with people before we start touring again in a few weeks.”

Check out the video for “Look Out” below:

Watch the New Mark Moldre Video “Bone Orchard”

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Central Coast singer-songwriter Mark Moldre has released the clip to his latest single “Bone Orchard”. Taken from Moldre’s album An Ear To The Earth, “Bone Orchard” is full of all sorts of folk/dixie/bluegrass/footstomping goodness and has a stark black and white clip to match.

Watch the video below:

Mark Moldre has a smattering of dates coming up around NSW and the ACT. Check them out here:

Thursday 30th October – Quattro, Erina, NSW
Saturday 15th November – Unbridled Festival, Canberra, ACT
Sunday 16th November – Smith’s Alternative Bookstore, Canberra, ACT
Sunday 23rd November – Avoca Markets, NSW
Saturday 29th November – Petersham Bowling Club, Sydney, NSW

Timber and Steel Video Premeire: Cat Canteri, “Here For Now, In Your Head”

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We’re really loving the new solo album from Cat Canteri since it was released earlier this month. It’s completely different from her work with The Stillsons but is still firmly planted in the same roots tradition – we definitely recommend picking it up.

Timber and Steel is also proud to be the first to premiere Cat Canteri’s new live video “Here For Now, In Your Head”, recorded at The Aviary in Melbourne. Check it out below:

Cat Canteri is about to kick off the east coast leg of her national tour. Check out the full list of remaining dates below:

Friday 19th September – Ararat Live, Ararat, VIC
Wednesday 24th September – Smith’s Alternative Bookshop, Canberra, ACT
Thursday 25th September – The Pier, Port Macquarie, NSW
Friday 26th September – Pacific Hotel, Yamba, NSW
Saturday 27th September – Queens St Mall, Brisbane, QLD
Saturday 27th September – St Martin’s Hall, Mullumbimby, NSW
Sunday 28th September – LiveSpark, Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane, QLD
Sunday 28th September – Lefty’s Old Time Music Hall, Brisbane, QLD
Thursday 2nd October – The Rails, Byron Bay, NSW
Friday 3rd October – 5 Church St, Bellingen, NSW
Saturday 4th October – The Junkyard, Maitland, NSW
Sunday 5th October – Shady Pines Saloon, Surry Hills, NSW
Friday 17th October – The Spotted Mallard, Melbourne, VIC
Sunday 19th October – Wolseley Wines, Torquay, VIC
Friday 14th November – The Singing Gallery, McLaren Vale, SA
Saturday 15th November – The Wheatsheaf, Adelaide, SA

Watch the New Lacy Cole Video “Nephilim’s Lament”

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Sydney singer-songwriter Lacey Cole quietly released his new album Other Ways To Say The Same Thing earlier this year, but is now making a big song and dance about it. As well as officially launching the album on the 3rd October at St John’s, Glebe in Sydney, Lacey Cole has also released the stunning video for the track “Nephilim’s Lament”.

The video features 99 year-old choreographer and dancer Eileen Kramer and was directed by Lacey Cole and Sarah Adamson. Check out the beautiful video below:

Watch the New Brighter Later Video “All The World”

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Melbourne’s Brighter Later are back with a brand new video from their awesome debut album Wolves. The video, shot in frontwwoman Jaye Kranz’s converted church home, is for the track “All The World” and was created as part of an intimate project by Singing Bowl Media called Music House.

Check out the “All The World” video below:

Watch the New Video From The Audreys “Ballad For the Fallen”

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Last week Australian folk music royalty The Audreys released their brand new single “Ballad For the Fallen”. The track is taken from the band’s latest album ‘Til My Tears Roll Away and has a video that features acting students from Adelaide College of the Arts.

“This is a Dylanesque list song, only with big heavy bass and crashing guitars,” guitarist Tristan Goodall explains. “At once, it is both a tip of the hat to all those lost adventurers who skirt around the fringes, and a flip of the bird to their detractors. Listen close to the lyrics, chances are you’ll get a mention…but on which side??”

Check out the video below:

Watch the New Stu Larsen Video “San Francisco”

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Despite his busy schedule touring the world with Passenger, Stu Larsen has somehow found time to release his brand new album Vagabond. The latest single from that album is “San Francisco” which has a stunningly shot video from Bryan Dos Reis. Check it out below:

Watch the New Bellowhead Video “Let Her Run”

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The brand new Bellowhead video, “Let Her Run”, debuted last week. The track is taken from the band’s latest album Revival which we recommend you get your hands on if you haven’t already. Check out “Let Her Run” below:

Watch the New Angus and Julia Stone Video “Get Home”

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Angus and Julia Stone have released another video from their brand new self-titled album. This time it’s for the very cruisey “Get Home” – check out the video below:

Angus and Julia Stone kick off their Australian tour this month. Check out the full list of dates below:

Friday 12th September – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, SA
Saturday 13th September – Llewellyn Hall, Canberra, ACT
Sunday 14th September – Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW
Monday 15th September – Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW
Wednesday 17th September – Civic Theatre, Newcastle, NSW
Thursday 18th September – The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD
Friday 19th September – The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD
Sunday 21st September – Arts Centre, Gold Coast, QLD
Tuesday 23rd September – Perth Concert Hall, Perth, WA
Thursday 25th September – Palais Theatre, Melbourne, VIC
Friday 26th September – Palais Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

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