Pomaa, Amelia Allan, Annbll


8:00 pmThursday, 3 November 2022


Brunswick Artists Bar

316 Sydney road Brunswick

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Pomaa’s music is a mixture of driving alternative rock and waltz-like dream pop, taking influence from The Strokes, Alvvays, and Wolf Alice. Through her music, the Melbourne-based singer-songwriter crafts intricate tales of relationships that make listeners reminisce about the ups and downs of life and the people in it.

Her debut single “I Can’t Wait Til This Doesn’t Matter” is an exploration of overthinking and ultimately recognising that it is a temporary state of mind. Sonically, the track has been described as “Aldous Harding from the era of Cocteau Twins” (Dana Scully, Music Co-Ordinator of 4ZZZ FM) with further comparisons to The Kooks and Julia Jacklin.

Amelia Allan is an indie folk/pop singer-songwriter based in Naarm. Both intimate and accessible, her songwriting captures those fleeting, seemingly mundane moments of our everyday lives and transforms them into the significant.

Amelia has recently been in the studio recording her debut EP in collaboration with producer and sound engineer Alex O’Gorman (Angie McMahon, Hannah Blackburn, BATTS). She is set to release her debut EP in 2023.

Annbll combines her love of 90s alt-rock, harmonies and pop hooks to make songs that help her work through the crunchy parts of life. She's joined by her brother and friend for her first ever solo show - playing songs she loves and songs she's written for moody pop-rock outfit Ghost Mutt.

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    Brunswick Artists Bar

    316 Sydney road Brunswick