Julia and the Deep Sea Sirens Reveal New Song, “Lake George”, and March Tour

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If you’ve ever driven into Canberra from the north you’ll have no doubt taken in the geo-graphical anomaly that is Lake George – a (usually) waterless dip in the scenery that is populated by sheep and overlooked by wind farms. It’s this landmark that has provided the name for the latest track from Canberra’s Julia and the Deep Sea Sirens, “Lake George”, although the song itself is based on a dream that frontwoman Julia Johnson once had.

This is the first new song we’ve had from Julia and the Deep Sea Sirens in a while – take a listen to “Lake George” below:

To celebrate the release of “Lake George” Julia and the Deep Sea Sirens have announced a string of shows through March kicking off with this weekend’s Nannup Music Festival. Check out the full dates here:

Friday 28th February to Monday 3rd March – Nannup Music Festival, WA
Thursday 6th March – The Joynt, Brisbane, QLD
Friday 7th March – The Treehouse, Byron Bay, NSW
Friday 14th March – YouAreHere Festival, Canberra, ACT
Saturday 15th March – The Newsagency, Sydney, NSW
Friday 21st March – Rad @ Yours n Owls, Wollongong, NSW
Friday 28th March – The Wesley Anne, Melbourne, VIC
Friday 4th April – Polish White Eagle Club, Canberra, ACT
Thursday 24th April – Braidwood Folk Club, Braidwood, NSW

1 Comment

  1. February 28, 2014 at 12:32

    […] – Canberra’s Julia and the Deep Sea Sirens have released their new single “Lake George” and have announced tour dates in March. Details here […]


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