Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

Angus and Julia Stone, Courtney barnett, middle kids


Influences

The Beatles, Babe Rainbow, Laura Marling


Unearthed artists we like

Shannen James, RUBY FIELDS, Hauskey , Matilda Pearl


Website

www.samwindley.com.au

Bio

Sam Windley is an emerging alternative artist, songwriter and surfer from the Central Coast of NSW. She is most often appreciated for her candid lyrics and her raw, modest vocal style. She has been working closely with Byron-based producer Billy Otto to craft her upcoming debut EP, featuring her latest track 'Neighbours In The Morning', co-written by Alex Lahey. Windley’s music is a uniquely ironic patchwork of indie-rock and folk/singer-songwriter genres, influenced by artists such as The Beatles, Nick Drake and Cate le Bon.

Review

Review by Ilai Swindells Ilai Swindells

08 Sep 2020

Triple J
35

Super cute, you have a clever knack of marrying up your environment with your songwriting. This song sounds like a big beautiful breakfast to me devoured somewhere gorgeous.

Super cute, you have a clever knack of marrying up your environment with your songwriting. This song sounds like a big beautiful breakfast to me devoured somewhere gorgeous.

Review

Review by Bryce Mills Bryce Mills

06 Sep 2020

Triple J
45

As someone who lived in Woy Woy I will eat my shoe if you wrote this at home - it's too peaceful and nice!!! My neighbours would not have fit a song like this lmao

As someone who lived in Woy Woy I will eat my shoe if you wrote this at home - it's too peaceful and nice!!! My neighbours would not have fit a song like this lmao

Review

Review by Al Newstead Al Newstead

03 Sep 2020

Triple J
45

Knock knock. Who's there? Oh just Sam, the charming new songsmith who's moved in next door with her housemates cowbell, whistling, and instantly likeable chorus.
On the scale of Sweet Neighbours, she's right up there with Totoro.

Knock knock. Who's there? Oh just Sam, the charming new songsmith who's moved in next door with her housemates cowbell, whistling, and instantly likeable chorus.
On the scale of Sweet Neighbours, she's right up there with Totoro.