Melbourne's Biscotti links up with photographer Alice Hutchison for debut album

Melbourne's Biscotti links up with photographer Alice Hutchison for debut album

Like Heaven In The Movies gets some unique (and awesome) visual accompaniments.

Melbourne multi-instrumentalist Biscotti has released her debut album today, Like Heaven In The Movies, and it's special for a number of reasons. First and foremost, it's just a cracking release - blending synth, pop, disco, hip hop and more for an alt-pop marvel across 10 wonderfully weird but easily accessible tracks. At times kinda lo-fi, at others very old school cinematic, it's a proper journey, vibrant and full of energy, and one of the year's most pleasantly surprising releases so far.

To help bring the album's 70s influences to life, Biscotti linked up with photographer Alice Hutchison for a special series of images designed with each track in mind. The two will be going on tour together to celebrate the release, starting with an exhibition tonight at Melbourne gallery Neon Parlour (more info HERE), before heading around the country.

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Take a listen to the album, check out a couple more examples, and grab full list of tour dates down the bottom:

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TOUR DATES:

Fri 3 March - Garden of Unearthly Delights, Adelaide

Sat 4 March - Grace Emily, Adelaide

Sat 18 March - The Eastern, Ballarat

Thurs 23 March - The Gasometer Hotel, Melbourne

Sat 25 March - The Bearded Lady, Brisbane

Fri 31 March - The Odd Fellow, Fremantle

Sat 1 April - The Bird, Perth

Fri 7 April - Polyester Records, Melbourne

Sat 22 April - Golden Age Cinema and Bar, Sydney

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