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Captivating vocals, catchy, offbeat guitar picking and a swig of poetry, you can see why Mary Webb has been described as "a shining light" in the Adelaide Folk scene. Mary’s songs are thoughtful yet frank, exploring human fragility, self-discovery and connection.
‘Love Like Planets’ was recorded at Snowghost Studios in Montana, USA with studio owner and engineer Brett Allen (Death Cab For Cutie, Swell Season, Matmos, Wayne Hotvitz, Justin Townes Earl), and local South Australian producer Mike Kirkham. While her previous releases have been predominantly acoustic, the new album also features an impressive four-piece studio band from Portland, Oregon. Band mates include Cory Gray (keys, trumpet; has played for Darren Hanlon, The Dandy Warhols, Decemberists, Mirah), Daniel Hindman (guitar; co-creator of the band Pure Bathing Culture), Brian Wright (drums; Pure Bathing Culture) and Zachary Tillman (bass; Pearly Gate Music, regularly plays for Fleet Foxes).
Mary will be launching her new album, ‘Love Like Planets’ with support from Melbourne folk-pop artist Phia:
“A live-looping frenzy", classically-trained singer-songwriter Phia makes music that is abound with luscious layers of harmonies, vocal percussion and vivid pop sensibilities. Described by Rolling Stone Magazine as "Flowing from [...] minimal loops to stadium-scaled grandeur”, her newest EP "The Woman Who Counted The Stars" is “...a cosmic experience buzzing with sonic energy” (Happy Mag).
She has honed her remarkable live show over hundreds of performances across Europe, from bars in Southern Italy, to fisherman’s villages in Iceland and major music festivals such as Melt Festival, Berlin Festival and Fusion Festival in Germany.
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