To celebrate the release of my new EP ‘Strange Feeling’

I am hosting two launch dates in Melbourne


 

This Sunday, May 24th at the Caravan Music Club

Oakleigh RSL, 95-97 Drummond Street, Oakleigh 3166

Doors at 3pm, Music from 3:30pm

Supported by Zaiya

Tickets available here & at the door


Saturday, May 30th at the Northcote Social Club

301 High Street, Northcote 3070

Doors at 8pm, Music from 8:30

Supported by Bloom and Héloise

Tickets available here & at the door

I’m so excited to share this new EP with you!

The launch shows will feature the EP, some old and new tracks and my wonderful band, featuring Danny Segal on the violin and new edition to the line-up, flautist & vocalist Lauren Bell.

There will also be special launch-only edibles provided by the always  delicious Bar Nacional
I’m also very proud to share my support acts with you, each of them are incredibly talented women with unique and powerful voices!

Hope to see you at the shows,

Shelley x

ZaiyaSoul Pop Powerhouse
BloomAmbient Pop Singer Songwriter

HéloiseEclectic Folk from the South
Strange Feeling – 2015Through her‘mercurial voice and eclectic sound’ (The Brag) genre-defying singer song writer Shelley Segal creates a space for her listeners. A space for people to engage with ideas, to question and to reflect on the everyday – to see it’s layers, it’s depth, it’s meaning. Desirous of all expressions, ‘Strange Feeling’ flirts with elements of jazz, folk, blues and pop. Recorded at Birdland Studios, produced by Robert Upward and co-produced by Lindsay Gravina, the EP boasts a full palate of stunning arrangements performed by some of Australia’s finest musicians, delicately encasing Shelley’s incredible vocals and spirited stories.

‘A master of creating experiential art’ (Chris Hofstader -Skepchick) 
‘Thoughtful lyrics celebrating life, love and reason’ (Julia Burke Buffalo Spree)
‘Truly an artist with international flair’ (AU review)
An artist, an activist and an explicit story teller, Shelley uses her music not only to express the way she sees the world but to create the world she wants to see