Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie, Pop, Punk, Rock, Roots


Sounds like

Florence + The Machine, Camp Cope, Jeff Buckley , Hiatus Kaiyote, Georgia Maq


band members

Bridget Allan (singing, guitar)


Influences

Jeff Buckley


Bio

Bridget Allan is an indie/jazz-influenced singer-songwriter from the Mornington Peninsula. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Music at the University of Melbourne, specializing in Interactive Composition. Bridget is a regular in the local gig scene around Melbourne supporting the likes of Teenage Dads, Slowly Slowly, and The Hard Aches and also doing events for causes such as the main stage at Sea Shepherd's Ocean Defence Tour, Paddle Out for Westernport, and gigs with Oxfam. The influences Bridget gives most credit to for her art are musicians such as Jeff Buckley, Camp Cope, Florence + the Machine, and Hiatus Kaiyote.

Bridget has been recently working with producers Jordan Finlay (Teenage Dads) and Calvin Lauber (Julien Baker) for her original music, Bridget's music has been played on Triple J, Triple J Unearthed, SYN TV, Triple R, RRR, PBS, and more. Bridget’s second EP ‘Oceanic Isolation’ is available everywhere!

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

11 Mar 2021

Triple J
35

I wasn't expecting to, but I hear some of the meandering chaos of D.D Dumbo on this record from Bridget Allan. The way your vocal lines meander and go unexpected places and the gentle pluck of that guitar

I wasn't expecting to, but I hear some of the meandering chaos of D.D Dumbo on this record from Bridget Allan. The way your vocal lines meander and go unexpected places and the gentle pluck of that guitar

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

10 Mar 2021

Triple J
40

this is my favourite of bridget's uploads so far. it's got power but poise and the sparse surroundings only serve to let bridget really prove her voice.

this is my favourite of bridget's uploads so far. it's got power but poise and the sparse surroundings only serve to let bridget really prove her voice.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

09 Mar 2021

Triple J
40

Very moving Bridget. This washes over with the dreamiest tones and it feels mesmerising.

Very moving Bridget. This washes over with the dreamiest tones and it feels mesmerising.