Presented by: The Incubator Creative Hub
Recently crowned West Australian Music’s Best Regional Act 2019, the Fluid-Groove collab from Margaret River is powering into the new year with their new single “Golden”.
Set for release January 17th, the track is a quick follow up to the release of the group’s third documentary, titled “The Art Of Sound” in November, and paves the way for the release of two more singles and their fifth studio album later this year.
Written on a Mt Maunganui sunrise while on tour in New Zealand, “Golden” sees Blue Child Collective exploring new sounds, blending elements of indie folk and roots to produce a track in a similar vein to “Crosses” by Jose Gonzalez and Bon Iver’s smash hit “Holocene”, yet featuring a solid percussion bed, baritone vocals and clever group singalong.
Returning to The Jam Factory for an intimate duo show to share the track plus plenty of new music, expect intricate fingerstyle grooves, soaring harmonies, thoughtful lyrics and many a good laugh in an engaging performance promoting a Culture Of Connection.
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BLUE CHILD COLLECTIVE
Recently crowned West Australian Music’s Best Regional Act 2019, Blue Child Collective is a conscious roots collaboration born on the rugged coastline of Margaret River, Western Australia.
At its heart is Dan White, director of The West Australian Guitar Festival, prolific songwriter, keen producer and fingerstyle artisan who has a swathe of albums, documentaries, tours and more to his name. From his thought-provoking lyrics to the Collective’s engaging live performances, “Blue Child Collective is connecting people through music” (Scenstr), creating waves that have earned them supports for The Cat Empire, Xavier Rudd, Sticky Fingers, San Cisco, The Teskey Brothers and many more.
The Collective’s fourth record, “Wake Up To The Sound”, released November 2018 and featuring an all class line up including OJ Newcomb (John Butler Trio), Bobby Alu, Ken Allars (Caravana Sun) and more has seen them build upon what is now hundreds of shows across Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Asia in the group’s 5 years of bringing both full band dance offs and stripped back solo/duo performances to a rapidly growing global following.
Having just released their third documentary, titled “The Art Of Sound”, in November, the Collective will be kicking off 2020 with the release of their new single “Golden” January 17th plus music video shot on Super 8 Film which will see the group across to New Zealand for a run of headline shows and festivals following the WA launch shows.
Plug in, connect and get involved: Blue Child Collective is more than a band, but a movement which is fast becoming a major catalyst for positive change on a global scale towards a “Culture Of Connection”.