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Off the back of Odette’s sophomore album, “Herald”, she will take to stages all around Australia including various regional areas that she has not performed in before. The record plays like a coming-of-age drama minus the happy Hollywood ending. “Transitioning from adolescence into adulthood is really hard”, Odette says. “No one gives you the tools, you know?” Herald is a triumphant follow up to her highly acclaimed debut record, 2018’s To A Stranger, the songs on the album leave no subjective stone unturned. Love, heartbreak, grief, anger, self-analysis, accountability—you name it, it’s on here.

After grinding through her “Herald” Tour during 2020 and 2021, with various rescheduled shows, Odette is back with an intimate set where she will captivate and entrance audiences all around Australia. She will be performing works of her 2020 album “Herald” including “Feverbreak”, “Dwell”, “Amends” and “Herald” as well as a number of unreleased songs.

Support artist: edith

Emerging in 2020 as a bright new voice in Australian indie-pop, edith has wasted no time in cementing her place on the radars of fans and industry tastemakers alike with her uniquely serene tones, witty lyricism and infectious pop sensibilities. After placing as a finalist in triple j unearthed high with her track 'Who Cares', edith has taken the time in studio to both experiment and hone her sound as an artist, exploring different shades of pop and textures, and working with noted songwriters and producers including Robby De Sa (MAY-A, Gretta Ray), Ryan Miller (Vera Blue, Andy Golledge) and Xavier Dunn (CXLOE, Jack River).

Her latest track ‘Falling Away’ delivers a euphoric cocktail of playful melodies and light, boppy rhythms, that seamlessly encapsulate edith’s talent for clever pop hooks and captures the energy which she carries through into her live show, whether it be just her and the keys or with the backing of her full band.

Doors 7.30pm