Elli Schoen drops stunning new single, Mumma, and announces first national tour

Elli Schoen drops stunning new single, Mumma, and announces first national tour

Your chance to catch the special Freo talent live.

One of the purest voices to be unearthed so far in 2016; Elli Schoen's new single, Mumma, is an enchanting piece of indie-pop from the Freo talent. Schoen caught Australia's attention earlier this year with her soaring single, Hard Heart - a regular rotation on Unearthed Radio and double j, and her follow-up single will undoubtedly earn her further airtime.

Mumma sees Schoen's rich vocal framed by wandering guitar work and a driving drumbeat, resulting in an upbeat Florence and the Machine-esque vibe that's dreamy, yet tremendously uplifting.

Schoen spoke about Mumma coming from a deeply personal but universally understood place: "I wrote the song because my friend's mum passed away, and it made me realise how much of a huge part my mum plays in my life and growth as a person." Having played to packed out venues across WA this year, supporting the likes of Gang of Youths, Katy Steele and Abbie May, Ellie Schoen will now head out on the road for her first Australian tour, kicking off in Perth this weekend.

TOUR DATES:

Saturday, October 15 – Jack Rabbit Slim’s, Perth

Wednesday, October 19 – The Milk Factory, Brisbane

Saturday, October 22 – The Oxford Circus, Sydney

Sunday, October 23 – The Worker's Club, Melbourne

Saturday, November 5 – Settler's Tavern, Margaret River

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