Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


Website

www.manemusicaus.com

Bio

I sing & stuff.

Hailing from Adelaide, MANE’s explosive indie pop has the unique ability to have you in awe of her energy while simultaneously singing along to the saddest of songs. Paige Court, the voice of the MANE moniker has described her new single 'Chasing Butterflies' as a song about relentlessly searching for a feeling of excitement in something or someone over and over again; 'it's about loving to love but getting bored really quickly'. Written to evaluate the behaviour and cycles of pain, the track really encapsulates MANE's ability to balance heavy subjects with anthemic styling. With a dynamic live show that has been described as "enigmatic and mystifying" MANE has played alongside respected artists The Temper Trap, City Calm Down and Ali Barter.

Unearthed in 2018

Spin Off

27 May 2018

Winner

MANE

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Review

Review by Linda Marigliano Linda Marigliano

18 Apr 2018

Triple J
45

perfectly constructed. the chorus is so immediate, the way the second verse weaves in new elements. it also makes me picture the elvish boy wearing that knitted beanie in About A Boy.

perfectly constructed. the chorus is so immediate, the way the second verse weaves in new elements. it also makes me picture the elvish boy wearing that knitted beanie in About A Boy.

Review

Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

06 Apr 2018

Triple J
45

Love that opening chord. From there, it only gets better. Great vocal, really seductive playing and sounds dropping in and out, and the song manages to be both dark and uplifting. Not an easy combo to pull off. Nice work.

Love that opening chord. From there, it only gets better. Great vocal, really seductive playing and sounds dropping in and out, and the song manages to be both dark and uplifting. Not an easy combo to pull off. Nice work.

Review

Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

21 Mar 2018

Triple J
40

Now you're hitting it. This is winding, woozy pop and your voice grounds it perfectly.

Now you're hitting it. This is winding, woozy pop and your voice grounds it perfectly.