A single mum from the Victorian Goldfields, Freya Josephine Hollick (@k) is on a journey to give herself entirely to the joy of bringing her impeccable songwriting to audiences across the world. She has forged her career on a love of the Carter Family and the Appalachian, and while they still make up the skeleton of her songwriting, they’re layered in guitar sounds reminiscent of Yo La Tengo, Nels Cline and Marc Ribot.
But there’s more still in her odyssey. Latin rhythms and an undeniable jazz influence. She’s no longer yearning for a lost love, rather claiming her space as a woman on a mission to exist in her own art, to make her own music as she feels fit, and to separate herself from the mimicry of mainstream.
Small-town songbird, country resurgent, spellbinding messenger of heartbreak and womanhood, of another time, another world, and an eternal entity of forgotten stardust is Freya Josephine Hollick.
And she's performing alongside @ and @ at the @ Theatre, Bendigo on December 1st.
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