Today the dreamiest of dream groups Elizabeth and Alice Skye get together to announce A east-coast that is australian co-headline throughout June and July.

After a 12 months of solitude and isolation Elizabeth and Alice, with their bands, will be ready to traverse the united states, embrace the stage and stir up the biggest, best & most cathartic feelings amongst the crowd.

While their 2020 plans to tour had been placed on hold, including an record launch tour for Elizabeth, and a slot at SXSW for Alice, the set failed to stay idly by. Last year was a big one for both Elizabeth and Alice, the former releasing a deluxe edition of her debut album The stunning World of Nature, plus the latter three searing singles from her very own quickly to be released sophomore album I Feel Better But I do not feel well.

The return of real time music saw Alice play a headline show during The Corner, help Avalanches at Myer musical Bowl and continue trip with Midnight Oil as a right part of the Makarrata venture. Elizabeth has played Brunswick Music Festival and it has spent the last month playing at Meadow Festival, Inward products Festival and Small Town, Big Sound. Now well and really warmed up all the set have left to do is really a number of group bonding tasks before they’re ready to leave on your way.

Initial nationwide headline trip for both of them, the duo are going to be sharing the stage across several times including programs in Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane, Maroochydore, Melbourne, Castlemaine and Ballarat. Full tour times and ticket information can be found below.

Stepping into her seem like a silk robe, Elizabeth is the patron saint of sad girls. Along with her release that is latest The Wonderful World of Nature Deluxe Edition, she stakes her claim as being a glamorous tragic, a queer pop anti-heroine holding a curtain of glittering melodies over ugly truths. Casting herself because the antagonist wielding pop songs as weapons, she wipes away her operating mascara and escapes a destruction of her very own making.

Alice Skye is just a Wergaia/Wemba Wemba person living and writing music in Naarm (Melbourne, Australia). The critically acclaimed ‘Friends with Feelings’ she has signed with Bad Apples, the Indigenous-driven label that celebrates and prioritises’ blak excellence since her first album. Alice’s future sophomore record ‘I Feel Better but I do not Feel Good’ was created by local artist Jen Cloher. A new single from the record album, Party Tricks, is released this 7th May friday. Her work continues to look inwards and explores staunchness that is finding softness.

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Australian duo Good Morning return today making use of their first music that is new 2 yrs the dual release ‘Mollyduker / Keep It’ and announce their Victorian trip times this June.

Pay attention to ‘Mollyduker / Keep It’ HERE

The pastoral, rangy ‘Mollyduker’, sung by Stefan, is really a driving that is quintessential, its steady, wiry groove hardly permitting up during the period of its runtime. The song’s ease belies its imagery that is tense spews, held tongues, and anxiety tokens abound. Stefan states: “‘Mollyduker’ was something my Pa called me whenever we’d out be hanging and taking care of his farm. It’s a reference to me being left-handed, but, I accustomed take it as notably of the dig. The words really are a reflection on my relationship itself, which has served as being a home to numerous my children over the years. with him, along with the farm”

‘Keep It’, sung by Liam, isn’t any less inviting and believe it or not hefty with psychic fat. A meditation on failure, consuming, and aging, ‘Keep It’ is laden up with piano and warm, warping guitar — soft-edged counterweights towards the severed minds and flooding waters regarding the song’s lyrics. “Keep it’s an ode to stasis,” Liam claims. “Repressed feelings, substance misadventure and arrested development in your late 20s.”

Good Morning’s past run of two-track singles — 2019’s Take It Easy it’ are sure to join their ranks for me, Stranger/Boy, I’m Just A Loser For Your Love; 2016’s Step Aside/Oppsie, and 2015’sOn The Street/You and A Vessel/Radiovoice — are among the band’s most beloved songs, and ‘Mollyduker / Keep. Rich and warmly-hued, these tracks reflect the Good Morning of 2021: a little more thoughtful, a little more virtuosic, as well as in no chance any less anxious. These tracks, written collaboratively, talk with the conditions under which they were made – first written in the two-week quarantine period after the musical organization came house from their COVID-cancelled US trip, and finished due to the fact first products associated with the new studio.

The news comes with the statement for the pairs signing to Polyvinyl Records (USA/ROW) joining their roster that is eclectic including likes of Alvvays, Kero Kero Bonito, STRFKR, Julia Jacklin, and more. The two-track is likewise being released on the band’s imprint that is own Good Morning musical business internationally via Virgin Music Australia. Regarding the signing, Polyvinyl Label Director, Seth Hubbard shares, “I’ve been a fan regarding the band for years, but when we heard their collection that is newest of songs I happened to be amazed. We have been so excited for Polyvinyl to greatly help share this music with the global globe.” The musical organization mirror, “We’re excited to start out working together with Polyvinyl, a label we’ve admired for a time now. Here’s to an extended and journey that is beautiful!”