Indigo Sparke brings her deeply personal lived experiences to her music, highlighting the spaces between the polarity of softness and grit.
Pulling her experiences of addiction, of healing, of queerness, of heartbreak, of joy, of connection, of the softness and of the grit alchemising it all into tenderness through her music, she conjures up a myriad of feelings that is undeniably potent.
Indigo will be hitting the road this March to perform in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in celebration of her anticipated debut album, echo.
Indigo was born in the belly of Sydney, Australia straight into the heart of a family with music in their bones. Her parents, a jazz singer and a musician, named her after the Duke Ellington song "Mood Indigo," and her childhood was spent serenaded by a rich soundtrack of Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. From a young age Indigo felt called to the stage, attending a performing arts high school, and followed it with three years in an acting school, working as an actress before embedding herself and heeding the call to the path of music.