Listen to emerging WA super talents Teischa and Morgan Bain's new video, Heavy

Listen to emerging WA super talents Teischa and Morgan Bain's new video, Heavy

Teischa is playing a special one off show this coming October 14 at Jimmy's Den.

Following some standout performances around Perth recently supporting the likes of Vera Blue, Montaigne and Winterbourne, Perth-based songstress Teischa is playing a special one-off headline show this coming October 14 at Jimmy's Den (event HERE).

And if you don't know it's time to get yourself acquainted. We've actually featured the 19-year-old earlier this year when she popped us the vocalist on mysterious producer St. Albion's beautiful debut single, Hold On

Teischa has a natural command of songwriting and instrumentation, both underpinning her unique and powerful vocals, and in the clip below you'll see it work to perfection with another WA talent on the rise - Morgan Bain, who we've been a big fan of for years now and most recently popped up on triple j's Like A Version, performing with Drapht for his cover of The Avalanches' Frankie Sinatra

Teischa is currently working on an EP with some of Australia's most forward-thinking music heads, and you'll be able to get a taste of it when she plays Jimmy's Den with special guests These Winter Nights and Stella Donelly. But until then, enjoy this fantastic acoustic version of their colab track Heavy, below:

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