Angus dominates the Australian Charts with new bluegrass album The Scrapbook

It’s been a big couple of days for Angus Gill off the back of the release of his brand new bluegrass album, “The Scrapbook”.

On Friday, news arrived that the album had debuted at #1 on the ARIA Top 20 Australian Country Albums Chart. It also debuted at #2 ARIA Top 40 Country Albums, #4 ARIA Top 20 Australian Albums (All Genres), #19 ARIA Top 50 Albums and #12 ARIA Top 20 Vinyl Albums.

The album has also grabbed the #1 spot on the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR) 100% Independent Albums for the week. Gill’s current single Whittling Away, featuring multiple Grammy winner Jim Lauderdale, reached #1 on the Australian Country Radio charts.

“I’m so excited and grateful to have a number one album with The Scrapbook. My first ARIA number one at that too, so it especially means a lot to me”, said Angus.

“Thanks to everyone who has bought a physical copy or has been streaming the album on the various digital platforms – I really appreciate it!”

As a lover of traditional bluegrass, Angus Gill, always wanted to record a ‘real deal’ bluegrass album.

The Wauchope wunderkind stretched his musical and songwriting talents even further on this album that boasts a vast array of internationally renowned musicians including Tim Crouch, Randy Kohrs, Clay Hess and Tony Ray. It also features stellar collaborations with Jim Lauderdale, Jerry Salley, Gary Burr, Thomm Jutz, Rivers Rutherford and Charles Esten (from the hit TV series, Nashville). 

“Not only were we swimming against the tide releasing this album through a global pandemic, but we also rescued the hard drives which thankfully were not damaged by the terrible floods in late March this year”.

Angus Gill’s smash hit album, “The Scrapbook”, is out now through Rivershack Records/MGM Distribution.

Angus releases new bluegrass album The Scrapbook

Never one to confine himself musically to just one box – ARIA and 3x Golden Guitar nominee, Angus Gill – has shed yet another musical skin with his fourth album, “The Scrapbook”.

The Wauchope wunderkind stretches his musical and songwriting talents even further on the new bluegrass release that boasts a vast array of internationally renowned musicians including Tim Crouch, Randy Kohrs, Clay Hess and Tony Ray. It also features stellar collaborations with Jim Lauderdale, Jerry Salley, Gary Burr, Thomm Jutz, Rivers Rutherford and Charles Esten (from the hit TV series, Nashville). 

“I’ve always been a big fan of traditional bluegrass music. From a young age, I’ve been drawn to the high and tight harmonies, vocal stylings, phrasing and virtuosic playing. There’s also this beautiful juxtaposition in some bluegrass music when a poignant lyric is set against a rapid tempo and a major chord structure. I just love that!” said Gill.

The project came about in late 2020, after the release of the critically acclaimed “3 Minute Movies” featuring Paul Kelly’s band billed as The Seasons of Change. Gill started laying the bed track down for a song Whittling Away, written with multiple Grammy™ winner & bluegrass icon Jim Lauderdalein 2019. This eventually became the catalyst for a bluegrass record. 

“Jim and I wrote Whittling Away in 2019 and I liked it then, but after revisiting it in late 2020, the sentiment of the song hit me even harder than it did when we wrote it. I realised it would work as a duet and Jim agreed to do it with me. I was hearing a slow bluegrass production, so decided to take that approach with this song”, says Gill.

“I remembered I’d written several bluegrass songs over the years and I also had some straight country songs I’d written, which I realised were better served as bluegrass songs. I’ve always wanted to record a traditional bluegrass album with players that have bluegrass in their blood. I called up Tim Crouch and asked him if he would play and co-produce an album with me and we brought Randy Kohrs, Clay Hess & Tony Way onto the project and recorded it all remotely at the start of 2021. It was pretty cool because it sounds like we were all playing in the same room, despite being over 15,000 kilometres away.”

The album opens with a rollicking homage to hard working women “Always on the Run”, co-written with 2021 Grammy nominee Thomm Jutz. Gill quips, “she’s moving like a bullet that was fired from a gun/she’s always on the run.” The narrative based “Samson” is a master-class in character development while the Jim Lauderdale duet “Whittling Away” highlights the resilience and strength that people are displaying during these trying times. Gill’s signature wit comes to the forefront in the swing-grass romp “Caught Between a Rock and a Heartache”. The challenges of a paternal bond are explored in the heartfelt “Feet of Clay”, co-written with Charles Esten. “Let’s Have a Drink (To Not Drinking Again)” is the ultimate high-spirited bluegrass drinking song, featuring Music Row veteran tunesmith Jerry Salley. Gill sings of his grandmother’s affection in the autobiographical title track “The Scrapbook”. After a near 300-bpm sprint in “Heartquake”, the album closes with the exquisite epitaph “Forget Me Not”. “Our heartstrings will be tied up in a never forget me not” Gill sings a cappella in perfect 4 part harmony. 

Angus Gill’s new album, “The Scrapbook”, is further proof of this artist’s ability to shape-shift into any musical form and do it exceptionally well.

Angus is one of the most creative and talented people I’ve ever worked with. It was an honor to get to write with and sing with him. I hope we can do much more down the road!” – Jim Lauderdale

Angus Gill is easily one of the most talented and hardest working young men in the music business – anywhere! His passion to pursue songwriting and identifying the right songs to record is very admirable, and his smooth tenor vocals deliver those songs in a believable way that only a true artist can do” – Jerry Salley

I’m not just a co-writer with Angus, I’m a fan too. He’s truly creative and thinks outside the box. Heck, I’m not even sure he owns a box. This “grass” album more than suits his great tenor voice. And how cool is it that the title track that he allowed me to write with him is so touching and personal about his grandmother? He might just win “Grandson of the Year” as well as “Bluegrass Album of the Year” – Bill Whyte

“The Scrapbook” is out on September 24 on Rivershack Records/MGM Distribution.

TRACK LISTING

  1. Always on the Run (Angus Gill/Thomm Jutz)
  2. Samson (Angus Gill/Bill DiLuigi/Kirsti Manna)
  3. Whittling Away featuring Jim Lauderdale (Angus Gill/Jim Lauderdale)
  4. Caught Between a Rock and a Heartache (Angus Gill/Rivers Rutherford)
  5. Feet of Clay (Angus Gill/Charles Esten)
  6. Let’s Have a Drink (To Not Drinking Again) featuring Jerry Salley (Angus Gill/Jerry Salley/Bill Whyte/Aaron Wilburn)
  7. The Scrapbook (Angus Gill/Bill Whyte)
  8. Put ‘Er There (Angus Gill/Gary Burr)
  9. Still Missing (Angus Gill/Thomm Jutz)
  10. Heartquake (Angus Gill/Thomm Jutz)
  11. Forget Me Not (Angus Gill/Bill DiLuigi/Kirsti Manna)

Produced by Angus Gill & Tim Crouch

Mixed by Angus Gill

Mastered by Jeff McCormack

Jim Lauderdale appears courtesy of Yep Roc Records. 

Jerry Salley appears courtesy of Very Jerry Records.

Angus Gill – vocals, acoustic guitar, dobro, background vocals.

Tim Crouch – fiddle, mandolin, banjo, double bass, acoustic guitar and percussion.

Randy Kohrs – dobro and background vocals.

Tony Wray – banjo and acoustic guitar (track 10)

Clay Hess – banjo and acoustic guitar (track 1)

Thomm Jutz – background vocals (track 1 & 9)

Gary Burr – background vocals (track 8)

Georgia Middleman – background vocals (track 8)

Angus Gill unites with friend Jim Lauderdale on new single

 As a lover of traditional bluegrass, Angus Gill, always wanted to record a ‘real deal’ bluegrass album.

The second single from his anticipated bluegrass record, “The Scrapbook”, out Friday 24th September – “Whittling Away” – is a duet with legendary US singer-songwriter, Jim Lauderdale and was the catalyst for the album.

“I worked with Jim Lauderdale on my last trip to Nashville in 2019. I had the idea for this song and he had the title”, says Angus.

“I was telling Jim about the struggles my Mum had been going through putting my Nan into a nursing home and the emotional baggage she carried as a result. It was admirable how she still managed to keep her composure during these really trying times”.

Angus says “Whittling Away”, is written in what they call a broken narrative and there’s a part about people losing jobs and losing their livelihood, yet still ‘keeping it together when it’s falling apart’.

“I revisited the song last year and in light of the pandemic – the sentiment hit me even harder. I recorded it as a slow bluegrass track and Jim kindly agreed to do it as a duet”.

Jim says of the collaboration with Angus, “Angus is one of the most creative and talented people Ive ever worked with. It was an honor to get to write with and sing with him. I hope we can do much more down the road!”

Angus Gill is an ARIA and three-time Golden Guitar Award nominee from Wauchope NSW. His new album, “The Scrapbook”, is out Friday 24th September 2021 via Rivershack Records / MGM Distribution.

“Whittling Away” is at radio now and available across your favourite digital platforms via https://ffm.to/whittlingaway 

Angus releases new single & announces fourth studio album

Never one to confine himself musically to just one box – ARIA and 3x Golden Guitar nominee, Angus Gill – has shed yet another musical skin taking him in a whole new direction.

“Always On The Run” is the first single lifted from his forthcoming bluegrass release, “The Scrapbook”.

The song came together on a six-week song writing trip to Nashville in 2018 with co-writer and Grammy nominee, Thomm Jutz.

“I had the title and the line ‘You might think she’s an outlaw, but she ain’t done nothing wrong’. I liked the misdirection with the title and the idea of setting the song up to be a predictable, literal Outlaw type song, but when derailing that thought with one wry line”, says Angus.

“Thomm and I were talking about the hard working women that serve as an inspiration to what we could all get done, if we were a little wiser with our time and had the indelible determination to get the job done. My Mother came to mind and Amber Lawrence’s name also came up in conversation”.

The new album, “The Scrapbook”, was produced by Angus Gill and Tim Crouch, mixed by Gill and mastered by Jeff McCormack. It features further collaborations with Jim Lauderdale, Jerry Salley, Gary Burr, Rivers Rutherford and Charles Esten (star of the TV series, “Nashville”).

“Always On The Run” is released across all digital platforms on Friday 25th June while “The Scrapbook” is available from Friday 20th August 2021 through Rivershack Records / MGM Distribution.

For further information and interviews/radio ids, please contact:
Karen Waters – Red Rebel Music E: enquiries@redrebelmusic.com

Angus Gill & Seasons of Change are finalists for the 2020 Golden Guitar Awards & Angus is nominated for an ARIA Award

 Angus Gill & Seasons of Change have secured 2 Golden Guitar nominations for Alt Country Album of the Year and Group or Duo of the Year for the 2021 CMAA Country Music Awards of the Australia.

The album  3 Minute Movies, has received critical acclaim in Australia and the US, since its release on September 25. It reached #1 on the AIR Albums Chart and debuted at #28 on the ARIA Top 100 Albums (All Genres), #8 Australian Albums (All Genres), #2 Australian Country Albums and #4 on the Country Albums Chart.

Gill said, “I’m thrilled to receive 2 Golden Guitar nominations for my new record with Seasons of Change, called 3 Minute Movies. Seasons of Change is of course a pseudonym for the members of Paul Kelly’s band, including Peter ‘Lucky’ Luscombe, Bill McDonald, Cameron Bruce, Ashley Naylor and Dan Kelly. All exceptional players and making this record with them really stretched me as an artist and a producer. We tracked the album in an analogue studio in Melbourne, refrained from using modern production techniques and therefore the process was raw, organic and authentic. The band opened my eyes to a whole new sonic palette. I’d like to thank Lucky, Cam, Bill, Ash and Dank for being part of this project and PK for lending his band. I’m hoping we’ll have the opportunity to tour the new record as Angus Gill & Seasons of Change in 2021.” 

Guitarist Ashley Naylor, from the iconic Melbourne rock trio Even, said, “Myself and the PK band had a blast recording with Angus. This strong collection of songs flowed freely in the studio and he gave us the freedom to colour them accordingly.”

In addition to the Golden Guitar nominations, Gill is also nominated for an ARIA award for Best Comedy Release for his work with comedy legend Bev Killick on her debut single Crummy Mummy. It is lifted from the forthcoming comedy album Uncle Nev & Aunty Bev’s Late Night Aussie Barbie, which Gill produced, co-wrote and played all the instruments on.

Stream and download 3 Minute Movieshere

Stream and download The New Old Me (feat. Steve Earle) here

“You had better bring your A game if you head into the studio with the legendary Paul Kelly’s band as your studio musicians and have Steve Earle join you for a duet.  And that’s exactly what young Australian singer-songwriter Angus Gill did…3 Minute Movies has a fine cinematic quality” Twangville

“3 Minute Movies is a musical sugar fix” Americana Highways

“ Call it Australiacana, or whatever you may will but Gill aged voice reminds listeners of young oldsters like Colter Wall and Cody Jinks.” Glide Magazine

“The New Old Me rocks and rolls with a steady, intense energy. Great vibe, great playing and a witty lyric that works on a few levels. On high rotation around here!”  

Brian Nankervis (RockWiz / ABC Radio)

“On 3 Minute Movies, Gill presents a more pop-oriented side of his songwriting. 

He cares about idiosyncrasies, the small things in songwriting that make a 

big difference in what he brings to the world” 

American Songwriter

“Angus Gill is an astonishingly talented Australian singer and songwriter – one who well and truly holds his own recording alongside Paul Kelly’s super talented band and, in one instance, duetting with Steve Earle. It’s a pleasure to work with Angus and be part of his music journey and evolution.” Stuart Coupe.

Angus Gill & Seasons of Change secure four ARIA chart spots & AIR number one

“The New Old Me rocks and rolls with a steady, intense energy. Great vibe, great playing and a witty lyric that works on a few levels. On high rotation around here!”  – Brian Nankervis (RockWiz / ABC Radio)

“On 3 Minute Movies, Gill presents a more pop-oriented side of his songwriting. He cares about idiosyncrasies, the small things in songwriting that make a big difference in what he brings to the world”  – American Songwriter

Angus Gill & Seasons of Change have torn up the Australian ARIA Charts this week securing four chart positions. The album, “3 Minute Movies”, debuted at #28 on the ARIA Top 100 Albums (All Genres), #8 Australian Albums (All Genres), #2 Australian Country Albums and #4 on the Country Albums Chart. It has also made its entry at #1 on the AIR Independent Albums Chart.

Speaking exclusively to themusic.com.au this morning, Gill said, “As artists, we always step into the studio with the goal of revealing our most authentic self and creating a record that we are really proud of. To see 3 Minute Movies hit #1 on the AIR Albums Chart and debut so high on four ARIA charts was a shock to me, but I am very grateful for this reception and to know people have connected with the songs and my new stylistic direction with the Angus Gill & Seasons of Change project”.

“Thank you to everyone who has purchased a copy of the new record and to Australian radio for your support of my new single, The New Old Me”.

“3 Minute Movies” was an epiphany that Gill had during a 14-hour drive home from Mildura in Victoria. He was listening to Paul Kelly’s “Fine” album and thought “what if I recorded an album with Paul Kelly’s band?”

Gill had been introduced to PK and his band a year prior, by mutual friend and US music legend Steve Earle. Gill reached out to Dan Kelly (guitar), Peter ‘Lucky’ Luscombe (drums), Cameron Bruce (keys), Bill McDonald (bass) and Ashley Naylor (guitar) and booked a studio in Melbourne for two days in December 2018.

Angus Gill & Seasons of Change was born and a new record 3 Minute Movies” was made.

Coincidently, the latest single from the album is the stellar Outlaw Country duet with Earle, “The New Old Me”.

Earle first met Gill several years ago at his writing retreat in New York who was intrigued by a promising (then) 16-year-old Australian singer-songwriter. The pair have been good mates ever since. 

“The New Old Me” and the album “3 Minute Movies” are out now through Rivershack Records/MGM.

Angus Gill & Seasons of Change release new album 3 Minute Movies worldwide

Recording ‘3 Minute Movies’ with the Paul Kelly band.

It was during a 14 hour drive home from Mildura VIC after playing a 10 day music festival, that Golden Guitar nominated singer/songwriter and producer Angus Gill had an epiphany, while listening to Paul Kelly’s Life is Fine record. “What if, I recorded an album with Paul Kelly’s band.” Gill had been introduced to PK and his band a year prior, by mutual friend and US music legend Steve Earle. Gill reached out to Dan Kelly (guitar), Peter ‘Lucky’ Luscombe (drums), Cameron Bruce (keys), Bill McDonald (bass) and Ashley Naylor (guitar) and booked a studio in Melbourne for 2 days in December 2018. 

Angus Gill & Seasons of Change was born and a new record 3 Minute Movies was made, which is out now via Rivershack Records/MGM.

“Making 3 Minute Movies was different to anything I’ve done or produced before. We tracked in an analog studio. No click tracks or studio trickery were used in the making of this record and we did minimal overdubs and comping. We ran the songs a few times and picked the best whole take. It was a very raw, organic and authentic process, much like how a record would have been made in a pre-digital era. The best part of it for me, was seeing the ‘discovery’ of the songs when we played them through for the first time. Hanging out with the band, I learnt a lot about who they were influenced by and it opened my eyes to a vast range of sonic possibilities we could explore. There’s elements of Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, The Flying Burrito Brothers, The Doors and The Beatles on this record. It was an absolute treat to have the opportunity to work with this group of legendary Australian rock musicians.” 

The 11 track album begins and ends in the Farfisa powered title track 3 Minute Movie, which serves as a skeleton for the record. “I’m a very visual songwriter, I’m always searching for those seemingly small details, the ones you see out of the corner of your eye, which in fact paint a much bigger picture. I realised that a majority of the material we tracked for this album were character and narrative driven songs, with a beginning, middle and an end…essentially 3 Minute Movies.”

Stream and save 3 Minute Movies here

Album Credits

  1. 3 Minute Movie (Angus Gill/Alissa Moreno)
  2. Hey Underdog (Angus Gill/Jeffrey Steele/Vicky McGehee/Providence David)
  3. The New Old Me feat. Steve Earle (Angus Gill/Allan Caswell)
  4. Almost Alright (Angus Gill/Bill DiLuigi/Kirsti Manna)
  5. Coming Of Age (Angus Gill/Bob DiPiero)
  6. Skin Story (Angus Gill/Nick Wolfe)
  7. Daylight Robbery (Angus Gill/Mark Lizotte)
  8. Acquainted With The Night (Angus Gill)
  9. Temporary Fix (Angus Gill/Will Hoge)
  10. You and Me and Monopoly (Angus Gill/Trey Bruce)
  11. 3 Minute Movie (Reprise) (Angus Gill/Alissa Moreno)

Produced by Angus Gill.

Mixed by Angus Gill.

Engineered by Lucas James at Hot Bias Studios.

Additional Engineering by Angus Gill, Mark Lizotte and Ray Kennedy.

Mastered by Jeff McCormack at The Music Cellar.

Steve Earle appears courtesy of New West Records, LLC. 

Angus Gill & Seasons of Change are: 

Peter ‘Lucky’ Luscombe – Drums

Bill McDonald – Bass

Ashley Naylor – Electric and 12 String Guitars

Dan Kelly – Electric Guitar

Cameron Bruce – Hammond B3, Piano, Farfisa and Fender Rhodes. 

Angus Gill – Acoustic and Baritone Guitars and Background Vocals. 

Additional Overdubs:

Susie Ahern – Background Vocals (Tracks 1, 2, 4, 6)

Lorne McDougall – Bagpipes (Track 6)

Max Abrams – Saxophones (Track 8)

Jaron Mossman – Percussion (Tracks 3, 4) 

Mark Lizotte – Background Vocals, Bass, Mandolin, Percussion, Acoustic and Electric Guitars (Track 7)

Angus Gill teams up with US music legend Steve Earle for a stellar duet

“…a swaggering blast of a bygone whirl of bluesy Country that possesses a road-house rhythm snap.Call it Australiacana, or whatever you may will but Gill aged voice reminds listeners of young oldsters like Colter Wall and Cody Jinks.It doesn’t hurt to have a Mr. Steve Earle singing on it either!– Glide Magazine (USA).

Award winning singer/songwriter Angus Gill teams up with his friend, US music legend Steve Earle for a stellar Outlaw Country duet, The New Old Me. Written by Gill and Allan Caswell, the song speaks of transformation. “I’ve had a flair for screwing up, as most of you’d agree/Welcome to the new old me” Earle admits, while Gill credits Earle, “you told me to toughen up and buddy that’s just what I did.” 

Earle first met Gill several years ago at his writing retreat in New York, intrigued by a promising (then) 16 year old Australian singer/songwriter. The two have been friends ever since and Earle introduced Gill to the members of Paul Kelly’s band, while on PK’s 2017 Life Is Fine Tour. Gill approached the band a year later to track a new album project and in December 2018, Angus Gill & Seasons of Change ‘3 Minute Movies’ came to fruition.

“It was thanks to Steve that this project was possible, as he introduced me to PK and the band. I had a bunch of songs I had written, which didn’t fit on my traditional Country album (Welcome To My Heart) and after listening to Life is Fine, I had an ‘aha’ moment. I got in touch with Dan Kelly and soon the whole band was involved and we had a studio booked to make a record. The New Old Me was a song I wrote with my mate Allan Caswell. I had the title and a feel for the song. I felt it could be an idea I could sing with Steve. Thankfully I sent him the track and he loved it.”

The New Old Me is the third single lifted from Angus Gill & Seasons of Change ’3 Minute Movies’, which is out September 25 on Rivershack Records/MGM. 

Download ‘The New Old Me’ here

Pre-order and pre-save ‘3 Minute Movies’ here

Press Release: Angus releases second single Hey Underdog from latest project

Hey Underdog is the second single lifted from the forthcoming Angus Gill & Seasons of Change record ‘3 Minute Movies’ out Sept 25. Angus Gill & Seasons of Change is the latest project for 2020 Golden Guitar finalist Gill, which sees him join forces with the members of Paul Kelly’s band for an edgy genre busting new record, featuring Peter ‘Lucky’ Luscombe on drums, Bill McDonald on bass, Cameron Bruce on piano and Hammond B3 organ, Dan Kelly and Ashley Naylor on electric guitars.. Mutual friend, alt-country legend Steve Earle introduced Gill to the band back in 2017, while on PK’s Life is Fine tour. ‘3 Minute Movies’ was recorded over a couple of days back in December 2018 and shows Gill’s formidable song craft in a refreshing new light. 

The anthemic single Hey Underdog is written by Gill, with Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee Jeffrey Steele, Grammy winning songwriter Vicky McGehee and LA based producer Providence David. Hey Underdog celebrates the unassuming figures who have faced adversity, yet boldly triumph over their opposition. Australia has an affinity with cheering on the underdogs, in the sporting arena, the workplace, show business and life in general. 

Gill said, “Jeffrey sent me a text one Friday afternoon to come around to his publishing house in Nashville to write with him, Vicky and Providence. I had an idea to write a song for the underdogs. Jeff whipped out his nylon string guitar and started singing, “Hey Underdog” and we were off to the races. We were able to seamlessly channel all of our thoughts into the song. The internal rhyme and almost ‘rap’ style phrasing in parts of this song made it great fun to write. When we were tracking in the studio, Peter Luscombe suggested a Neil Young ‘Harvest’ feel for the song. Ashley Naylor decided to plug his guitar into a Leslie speaker to play the solo and we got this Beatles style guitar solo. The combination of the band members’ influences, paired with my own, is what made this collaboration so special.”

Stream, save and download here

Pre-order physical copies of 3 Minute Movies at www.angusgill.com.au

For interview requests or publicity inquiries, please contact Stuart Coupe: 

coupe@laughingoutlaw.com.au

Angus announces new single 3 Minute Movie and a new project Angus Gill & Seasons of Change

Golden Guitar nominated singer/songwriter and producer Angus Gill teams up with the members of Paul Kelly’s band for a new project, entitled Angus Gill & Seasons of Change. The project came to fruition after Gill met the band through mutual friend Steve Earle on PK’s 2017 Life is Fine tour. Gill did a writing trip to Nashville for 6 weeks weeks over July and August of 2018, writing twice a day and collaborating with Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Inductees Bob DiPiero and Jeffrey Steele

“I’ve always had a diverse appreciation of music, but traditional Country has been a core part of my identity as an artist. At the end of my Nashville trip, combined with previous unreleased works, I had songs that fell into two distinct piles. I started randomly slipping some of the new songs into my set, and realised songs from both piles resonated with my audience, but they didn’t sonically belong on one album. I was listening to PK’s Life is Fine record on the road. I loved the songs and the sound, the energy and essence of a live gig captured in the studio. Then it hit me. What if I paired some of my new songs, with these players and made a record. I reached out to Dan Kelly to see if he was interested, and 1 by 1, I got in contact with all of the players. I sent them the songs, the charts, booked the studio and there we were, on a breezy Melbourne morning in December of 2018 in a studio filled with fairy lights, analogue gear, hanging shrubbery and the smell of freshly ground coffee.”

The lead single and title track, 3 Minute Movie, is a Farfisa driven nostalgic labyrinth, co-written with hit songwriter Alissa Moreno. The song describes personal snapshots of deja vu, “The ones you’re supposed to dread/But I had no regrets when the credits rolled/On this 3 Minute Movie.”

Stream ‘3 Minute Movie’ on Spotify and Apple Music now.