Cameron Milford writes songs about bad weather, love and other natural disasters. His laid back brand of “suburban roots music” wraps the sounds of Alt-Country around wry observations of ordinary life. Milford’s sonic fingerprint has drawn comparisons to the likes of J.J. Cale, Kris Kristofferson and Jakob Dylan. For a while he travelled the world as a wandering troubadour, living on black coffee and the kindness of strangers. These days he is a regular fixture of the Brisbane music scene, where he’s sought after as a session musician and producer.