Emerging from the grips of indefinite hiatus, Whitley is back with a new single, new album and weathered suitcase in tow. Don’t call it a comeback. This is the resurrection.
Speaking to everyone’s favourite Bedroom Philosopher Justin Heazlewood, Whitley aka Lawrence Greenwood divulged details of his forthcoming album Even The Stars Are A Mess, released Friday 5th July.
Two of Australia's most loved female artists – songstress Katie Noonan and classical guitarist KarinSchaupp released their first full-length album in 2012 – Songs of the Southern Skies. The reaction from the Australian public was overwhelming and the music industry recognised this unique and exquisite album with two ARIA Award nominations. A sell-out national tour followed to rave reviews.
Dancing Heals, absolutely. I am firm believer it is the best exercise and enjoy showing off my moves every once in a while. And whilst you may not be able to shake your limbs around energetically with Melburnian band Dancing Heals’, latest album, “You Will Never Be Younger Than You Are Now” (quite a statement, huh?), there is still a nice swaying that can accompany the soothing and mellow sounding tracks.
The duo’s fourth album Random Access Memories, was recently released, and the Pharrell-featuring “Get Lucky” inched its way up to #10 on the Hot 100, thus making Daft Punk’s first Top 40 hit on these shores also their first Top 10.
The robotic musicians have also announced fans will be getting lucky- er; a remixed version of the successful single will be out by the end of June. For the time being, let's make the most of this version.