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Australian indie-folk duo Oh Pep! continue to take the world by storm with the release of their new single and vieo “Crazy Feels”.
The video is the latest from Oh Pep!’s excellent album Stadium Cake – check it out below:
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The latest single from Sydney alt-country singer Katie Brianna’s 2016 album Victim or the Heroine is the wonderful “King”. The track is one of the most upbeat on the album and deals with themes of admiration, love, loyalty and desperation
“I guess the desperation part is giving yourself over to someone completely, telling them that they become your world and maybe that they are that one person who gives you a reason to be,” Brianna explained.
“King” has been released with a gorgeous video from Lyn Taylor – check it out below:
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Another week, another new track from Johnny Flynn. With his new album Sillion due for release next Friday we’ve been gifted with another new single, this time the quirky ballad “Wandering Aengus”.
The track has a brand new video directed by Simon Ryninks – check it out below:
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Victorian folk-pop singer Darcy Fox has just announced plans to release her new EP Chapter One. Due for released on the 24th March, the EP was recorded in Cowaar, Gippsland and is produced by Darcy Fox and Jack Hookey.
The first single from the EP is “Hurricane” which has a brand new video that you can watch here:
To celebrate the release of Chapter One Darcy Fox will be heading out on tour with shows in Gippsland, Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne – the full list of shows are here:
Saturday 25th March – House Concert, Gippsland, VIC
Friday 31st March – The Newsagency, Sydney, NSW
Wednesday 5th April – The Grace Emily, Adelaide, SA
Sunday 9th April – The Workers Club, Melbourne, VIC
Last year Australia’s top musicians came together to pay tribute to the late Karl Broadie with amazing album Leave On A Light: The Songs Of Karl Broadie.
Broadie, who lost his battle with cancer in April last year, was a mentor to so many musicians in Sydney and watching the local community rally around him was a real inspiration.
Sydney Americana artists Katie Brianna and Caitlin Harnett have just released a video of their version of Karl Broadie’s “Drink The Whole Bottle Down” from Leave On A Light: The Songs Of Karl Broadie. The video was shot by Lyn Taylor – check it out below:
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For their new single Sydney folk-punks Handsome Young Strangers have broken their own unwritten rule of only playing Australian songs by covering The Waterboys’ classic track “Fisherman’s Blues”.
The track is taken from Handsome Young Strangers’ latest EP Battle Of Broken Hill. The accompanying video for “Fisherman’s Blues” features footage from a bunch of recent live shows – check it out below:
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“Next Time” has a real Nick Drake quality to it. The video is once again visually arresting and shows off Marling as an accomplished visual storyteller.
Check out the video for “Next Time” below:
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At the end of last week alt-country singer-songwriter Imogen Clark released her playful new video “Drawing Hearts”.
The track is taken from the Golden Guitar nominee’s 2016 album Love and Lovely Lies and is already charting on the CMC charts.
Check out “Drawing Hearts” below: