Celebrated folk heroine Lucy Peach has had an incredibly successful twelve months; releasing her single and matching video, ‘Be So Good’, earning a WAM nomination for Best Folk Act, playing a slew of Western Australian Festivals and releasing her sophomore EP, ‘Silver Tongue’.
Produced by Joel Quartermain, ‘Silver Tongue’ was released in November 2016 and features talisman Lee Jones on piano, pedal steel and electric guitar who worked on all of the tracks; 2 of which have enjoyed both community radio support as well as on Radio National, Double J and triple J. “It’s superbly produced and the songs are brilliantly crafted,” (Cool Perth Nights). The new year will see the release of a debut album featuring songs inspired by female relations, her grandmother Elaine Fifield (the first Australian to be a prima ballerina in Covent Garden) and Mary Cannon, an ancestor who was sent to NSW from London in shackles for stealing embroidered cloth.
Soaring wherever the wind takes her, Peach has toured internationally to her Father’s home ground in New Zealand and supported Mama Kin on her Irish tour in 2015. Her songwriting and live presence has won the approval of fellow musicians and industry, supporting the eclectic likes of Boy and Bear, Tim Finn, Abbe May, Ngaiire, Kav Temperley and Tim Rogers.
Boasting a star studded act featuring John Brown, Tara John, Luke Dux and Michael Savage, the live show offers something for everyone: uplifting melodies, enchanting vocals and irresistible charm. A party on your face awaits.