Aptly named for their crippling coffee addiction and heavy heart, Espresso Depresso emerges from small town Yackandandah into the Aussie music scene with new track Self Control, out June 11th via The Push Records. From folk roots to funky pop, this track will leave you in maximalist bliss that will last ‘til summer!
Hear Self Control played to a live audience for the first time at The Workers Club on June 24th, supported by the talented Ivoris and Holly Hebe.
Melbourne pop artist Ivoris writes songs that sound like your favourite dessert (hers is anything chocolate). Combining lush, breathy vocals and sticky-sweet melodies, she has a penchant for crafting songs that will have you reaching for the replay button over and over again. A self-proclaimed overthinker, this singer-songwriter-producer has perfected the art of magnifying small moments in her life and transforming them into irresistible songs.
18 year-old music producer / singer songwriter Holly Hebe from the Mornington Peninsula likes sitting on her roof and writing music. When Holly was 4, she learnt hot cross buns on the piano and now the piano is her favourite instrument and hot cross buns are her favourite food. Holly likes ripsticking in her spare time, often writing songs as she scoots along.
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