Exclusive: Stream Leah Senior's delicate, engrossing second album, Pretty Faces

Exclusive: Stream Leah Senior's delicate, engrossing second album, Pretty Faces

It's out this Friday 26 May, along with some launch shows to celebrate.

Melbourne folk artist Leah Senior's second album, Pretty Faces, is due this coming Friday 26 May, and we are incredibly excited to share with you an exclusive stream a few days early. It's an engrossing release, 10 tracks delicate, dark folk music that grabs you from the first gentle guitar pluck, and refuses to let go across a swirling world that ebbs and flows, all pinned down down to some kind of ethereal reality by Senior's incredible voice. It's released on King Gizzard's own Flightless label, and was recorded and produced with King Gizz's Joey Walker. It also features musicians Jesse Williams (keyboard/electric guitar), Andi Senior (vocals), Joe Walker (therovox), Michael Cavanagh (drums), Alex Bleakly (bass) and Vince Ward (cello).

Drink it in slowly and contemplatively below, and then catch her on the Pretty Faces east coast launch tour - dates down the bottom.

TOUR DATES:

Fri 26 May - The Loft, Warrnambool

Fri 9 Jun - Korova Lounge, Ballarat

Sat 17 Jun - The Toff, Melbourne

Sat 24 Jun - Golden Age, Sydney

Thu 29 Jun - The End, Brisbane

Fri 7 Jul - Bello Winter Festival, Bellingen

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