Brisvegas is absolutely teeming with talent.
Queensland singer-songwriter Aiden Bradley unveiled his sophomore record, Low-Key/High-Strung, today. However, Bradley set out to do something different from your typical solo EP this time round.
Dissatisfied with the lack of Brissy artists getting the recognition they deserve, Bradley wrote a bunch of songs and pitched them to musicians for his EP. The finished product features collaborations from seven artists including alt-country musician Lili Rose Porter, singer-songwriter Lochie Matthews and local outfit Port Sunday.
Tracks on Low-Key/High-Strung cover themes of sorrow, early adulthood and growing distant from relationships, in addition to more serious topics like the less glamorous side of the Australian music industry.
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