Woodes continues her reign with an anthemic new single, Dots

Woodes continues her reign with an anthemic new single, Dots

The powerful new single comes with a round of east-coast tour dates.

It’s no secret we have bestowed a high amount of praise for Melbourne-based singer-songwriter Woodes, and today we are here to inform you that it will very much continue with her new track Dots. It was only a matter of months ago that we were glistening with praise for the quickly-rising name and at the time, her new track Run For It – which saw Woodes shift her sound with its audacious, unforgiving attitude and amped up drum use. Debuting the track earlier this week via triple j’s Good Nights with Linda Marigliano, Dots taps into a more cinematic ground, emitting an atmosphere which is nothing short of grandiose. Without a wallowing entry, Dot's anthemic drums are at the front from the get-go, with Woodes' haunting yet gracious vocals coming in behind.

It showcases an incredible amount of growth from the Woodes we met well over a year ago, and although it's quite a big call, Dots is quite possibly the best piece of material Woodes has released to date. "I wrote this on my first writing week overseas," she says on the single. "I was in and out of sessions with new writers and it was a new world to me, working with strangers in another country. This track started with the concept that we’re all connected and quite exposed in our locations through technology. GPS, geo-tagging, constantly updating where we are and where we’re going as well as who we’re with. The mystery is taken out.

Although she's currently touring the country with Paces, the release of Dots comes with a small, east-coast tour which you should really check out. Dates below.

Tour Dates:

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