Hailing from Melbourne, this impressive Australian singer and songwriter is a doctor, who has spent the pandemic working on the frontline. Now turning her attention to a music career, she pours the same passion and strength in her musical endeavors. Influenced by the likes of David Bowie, Joni Mitchell and Ella Fitzgerald, she debuted her sumptuous indie-pop sound on “Golden Hours” in 2022.
Chronicling the need to embrace the chaos of daily life, her new single combines a touch of melancholy with emotive, uplifting vibes. Starting with a mellow piano and her hypnotic voice, the song ascends to a soaring, full-bodied chorus. With a flavorful beat, luscious violins and her alluring vocals painting a true picture of the pandemic turmoil, this compelling tune is filled with sheer emotion.
Born in Austria into a British-Irish family of musicians, this singer and songwriter started learning violin aged 4 and added piano and guitar later. She’s since worked as songwriter for artists like The Kooks, Lena Meyer-Landrut and Filous. Now focusing on a solo career, she’s played various European festivals and supported Dádi Freyr on tour. She debuted with her EP “Out Of The Blue” in 2021.
Singing about the confusing journey when falling in love with a girl for the first time after having dated boys, her new single dips the honest, heartfelt lyrics in an upbeat indie-pop sonic bath. With an infectious drumbeat, crisp guitars and colorful keys inviting you to a bustling dance party, it’s her bubbly, playful vocals as well as the jaunty melody that give this catchy groove an effervescent glow.