May music be meaningful…
I am thrilled to announce that my debut album, called Half Lives, is out now. You can listen/purchase it here on my Bandcamp page. Make sure you’re following me on Instagram or Facebook for plenty of behind-the-scenes too!
Oceans Rising depicts the grief I experienced when I started learning about climate change and mass consumerism, and the process of awareness to acceptance and finally, change. You can read more about it here. This project took a huge amount of work to complete, and we hope to reach as many people as possible with its message. So please share it far and wide!
Error of your Ways
The music video for my latest single is out! Error of your Ways is an upbeat track with a mix of retro & modern pop influences, complemented by a super duper smooth sax solo.
‘Staying in’ is a song & video produced entirely during lockdown, with contributions from 50+ housebound people from 17 different countries in 4 continents! Now featured on the ABC ‘Alone Together: Your Life Matters’ Spotify playlist, the song talks about giving yourself permission to slow down for a while, look after yourself & others and maybe even enjoy the experience. Thank you so much to all the contributors, and we hope this music video makes you feel good about staying in.
This song is about searching for something for a long time, only to realise that what you were searching for has been there all along, you just had to look in the right direction! You can read about how we made the music video in this blog post.
This is a protest song against the Australian Government who currently approve the construction of the Adani coal mine, which would be the biggest in Australia and one of the biggest in the world. You can read about my inspiration for the song here, and please join the Stop Adani movement!
The Hanging Tree
I wrote this song after reading ‘Mockingjay’ (the third book in The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins) in which the protagonist, Katniss Everdeen, sings a folk song from her region called ‘The Hanging Tree.’ I found the lyrics to be quite intriguing, and decided to put them to music.