Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

Florence + The Machine, Camp Cope


band members

Bridget Allan (singing, electric guitar) Jake Hammill (drums) Marlon Cini (bass)


Influences

Jeff Buckley


Bio

Bridget Allan is a young singer/songwriter with a band Jake Hammill (drums) and Marlon Cini (bass) from the Mornington Peninsula. She recently with her band won the Push Music Comp Regional Finals, and as the prize they recorded their debut EP ‘Attrition of a Daydreamer’ which came out the 18th of March, and has received airplay on Triple J, Triple R, PBS, 3CR, SYN and more. They are now doing local festivals and gigs supporting the likes of Rya Park, Slowly Slowly and The Hardaches. In the future they plan on doing more recording, and continuing to contribute to the vibrant local scene.

You can purchase ‘Attrition of a Daydreamer EP’ here:
Itunes:
http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1356367627?ls=1&app=itunes
Bandcamp:
https://bridgetallanmusic.bandcamp.com/releases
or stream it on Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/album/4TKluud1wtTuDmvCgbTsY7

profile pic: William Patston Photography

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

06 Feb 2019

Triple J
35

There's something in that mighty voice of yours that stands out big time. It's unusual and a little wild. It comes out naturally with a lot of variation.

There's something in that mighty voice of yours that stands out big time. It's unusual and a little wild. It comes out naturally with a lot of variation.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

06 Feb 2019

Triple J
40

You get the sense that you're listening to a very exciting talent in Bridget. Brainy and resonant.

You get the sense that you're listening to a very exciting talent in Bridget. Brainy and resonant.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

06 Feb 2019

Triple J
35

when you let your voice go it's something spesh. keep at it bridget, this brooding one wanders a bit but that's not a bad thing.

when you let your voice go it's something spesh. keep at it bridget, this brooding one wanders a bit but that's not a bad thing.