Indie, Pop, Roots
Shannon Wise from 'The Shacks', Eva Cassidy
Lottie Liams (aka Claudia Charlotte "Lottie" Williams)
Mumford & Sons, Halsey, Passenger, Of Monsters and Men, Amber Run
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Lottie Liams is a singer-songwriter, artist, designer and performer from the North-Eastern suburbs of Melbourne. She is known for her soulful songwriting and sweet renditions of popular songs, as well as being known for the unique way she looks. For the last to years, Lottie has been the go-to muso for any local festival or event, and can always be seen around town with her guitar or ukulele playing some gig or another.
Lottie's big break came when she opened for famed Aussie band "Middle Kids" on 3 of their "Lost Firends" Album tour shows, to of which taking place at the famous Corner Hotel in Richmond. Since then, she has become a diserable support act among many other bands, including CASTLECOMER, Josh Cashman, and most recently, Ukulele Death Squad.
Lottie Liams released her debut EP "GREENHOUSE BLUES" in October of 2018 - a four-song record of Lottie's original tracks, all with their own unique vibe.
Lottie decribes the title "Greenhouse Blues" as an explanation for how it feels to be in the 'beginning stages' of her career. "Getting ahead of yourself when you still need time to grow? You may be suffering from Greenhouse Blues"- as she has penned on the back of her EP's CD cover.
In addition to being a popular local artist with a large array of talents, Lottie is notorious for being an advocate for chronic illness, mental health, and the LGBT+ community.