Watch the New Perch Creek Video “Mama Sings”

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The brand new Perch Creek single “Mama Sings” now has an amazing new video. Directed by Patrick Harvey, the video features puppeteering courtesy of Jhess Knight. Check it out here:

Perch Creek will be heading out on tour this September. The full list of dates are below:

Friday 4th September – Wheatsheaf, Adelaide, SA
Saturday 5th September – Mojos, Fremantle, WA
Sunday 6th September – Mojos, Fremantle, WA
Friday 11th September – Newtown Social Club, Sydney, NSW
Saturday 12th September – Howler, Melbourne, VIC

Watch the New Beirut Video “Gibraltar”

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We’re inching closer to the release of Beirut’s new album No No No on the 11th September and to get you in the mood the band have released their fantastical new video “Gibraltar”.

Directed by Bother Willis, the video features Beirut “picking their way through a fantasy Gibraltar to meet its Rock”. Check out the video below:

Watch the new From Bernardine “I Don’t Mind”

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Bernardine is a stunning singer-songwriter from Perth who is producing some really nice acoustic folk music. Her latest single is “I Don’t Mind” which is taken from her recently release self-titled debut album and comes with a really quirky video – check it out below:

Watch the New Great Lake Swimmers Video “I Must Have Someone Else’s Blues”

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The latest single from Canadian folk-rock quintet Great Lake Swimmers is “I Must Have Someone Else’s Blues”, taken from their latest album A Forest of Arms.

The animated video was directed by Christopher Mills – check it out below:

Watch the New Katie Wighton Video “Little Dove”

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Sydney singer-songwriter Katie Wighton released her beautiful new video “Little Dove” late last week. The track is taken from Wighton’s brand new EP oh-dark-hours which came out on Friday.

Watch “Little Dove” below:

Katie Wighton will be launching oh-dark-hours at Brighton Up Bar in Sydney on Friday 28th August – check out more details here.

Watch the New Joanna Newsom Video “Sapokanikan” from Her Upcoming Album Divers

Joanna Newsom
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After five years since her last LP, anti-folk singer-songwriter Joanna Newsom has finally revealed that she will be releasing her new album Divers on the 23rd October this year.

The album announcement also comes with the Paul Thomas Anderson directed video “Sapokanikan” which has the internet swooning.

The full track listing for Divers and the video for “Sapokanikan” is below:

1. Anecdotes
2. Sapokanikan
3. Leaving the City
4. Goose Eggs
5. Waltz of the 101st Lightborne
6. The Things I Say
7. Divers
8. Same Old Man
9. You Will Not Take My Heart Alive
10. A Pin-Light Bent
11. Time, As a Symptom

Watch the New Of Monsters and Men Video “Empire”

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Did you manage to catch Of Monsters and Men when they were in the country for Splendour in the Grass last month? The Icelandic indie-folk five piece were touring their brand new album My Head Is An Animal from which they’ve just released their new single and video “Empire”.

Check it out below:

Watch the New Kris Morris Video “Bury My Bones”

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Central Coast based alt-country/blues singer Kris Morris has just released his latest video “Bury My Bones”. The track is taken from his 2014 album Ruins and was produced by Kasey Chambers. Check out the clip below:

Watch the New Patrick James Video “Bugs”

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“Bugs” is one of the first tracks I ever from Patrick James. A firm fan favourite, James has been performed “Bugs” at pretty every live show I’ve seen of his so it’s wonderful that the track has been chosen as his new single.

Patrick James will be releasing his debut album very soon, and “Bugs” is the first single from it. Check out the Jefferton James directed video below:

Patrick James has a whole bunch of tour dates coming up – check them out here:

Thursday 15th October – The Gov, Adelaide, SA
Friday 16th October – Amplifier, Perth, WA
Thursday 22nd October – Theatre Royal, Castlemaine, VIC
Friday 23rd October – 170 Russell, Melbourne, VIC
Saturday 24th October – The Workers Club, Geelong, VIC
Thursday 29th October – Sol Bar, Maroochydore, QLD
Friday 30th October – The Soundlounge, Gold Coast, QLD
Saturday 31st October 31st – Woolly Mammoth, Brisbane, QLD
Thursday 5th November – Lizottes, Newcastle, NSW
Friday 6th November – The Metro, Sydney, NSW
Saturday 7th November – ANU Bar, Canberra, ACT
Sunday 8th November – Anita’s Theatre, Thirroul, NSW

Timber and Steel Premiere: New Fanny Lumsden Video “Soapbox”, Country Halls Tour Announcement

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Sydney based alt-country singer Fanny Lumsden has been an integral part of Timber and Steel‘s history for the last four years so we’re immensely proud to be the first to present her brand new single and video “Soapbox”.

“I am so thrilled to finally let Soapbox out into the world, however, as the first single off our debut album it’s also pretty frightening,” Fanny Lumsden explained. “We have worked long and hard on getting this collection of songs together and I am just so proud of it. Finally releasing it is going to feel like a Frosty Fruit on a hot day.”

The video for “Soapbox” was shot by the incredibly talented Sam Brumby & Anna Phillips in Lumsden hometown of Tallimba, NSW. Check it out here:

Fanny Lumsden’s debut album is due to hit shelves in late September. She’s also heading out on one of her “Country Halls” tour this September, October and November where she takes her band The Thrillseekers back to the country and puts on shows in the local community halls, as well as showcasing at BIGSOUND, supporting Suze DeMarchi in Melbourne and Sydney and officially launching the single at St Stephens Hall in Newtown, Sydney.

Check out the full list of dates here:

Thursday 10th September – Black Bear Lodge, Fortitude Valley, QLD
Friday 25th September – Wanganella Hall, Wanganella, NSW
Saturday 26th September – Sandigo Hall, Sandigo, NSW
Sunday 27th September – The Birdhouse, Wagga Wagga, NSW
Saturday 3rd October – Quandialla Hall, Quandialla, NSW
Friday 9th October – Tumbarumba Hall, Tumbarumba, NSW
Saturday 10th October – Guerie Community Hall, Guerie, NSW
Friday 16th October – Pleasant Hills Hall, Pleasant Hills, NSW
Saturday 17th October – Binya Hall, Binya, NSW
Friday 23rd October – Memo Music Hall, St Kilda, VIC*
Wednesday 28th October – The Basement, Sydney, NSW*
Thursday 5th November – Some Velvet Morning, Clifton Hill, VIC
Friday 6th November – Garibaldi Hall, Garibaldi, VIC
Saturday 7th November – Willaura Hall, Willaura, VIC
Saturday 14th November – St Stephens Hall, Newtown, Sydney, NSW
Saturday 12th December – Harvest Cut out Party Downside Hall, Downside, NSW

* Supporting Suze DeMarchi

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