From a small bedroom in Melbourne's outer eastern suburbs emerges indie-folk duo, Someday June.
The duo originated with guitarist, Troy White, accompanying singer-songwriter, Bec Sykes, on her moody, melody-driven folk songs. While Bec's folk influences remain at the centre of Someday June's sound, Troy's love of soul music and knack for minimalist, catchy guitar riffs has helped shape the duo's music. Together the pair create subtle, satisfying harmonies and interesting melodies, drawing influence from artists like Paul Dempsey and Daughter.
Someday June's debut single, 'Look Closer', features a lush synth pad and ambient electric guitar. The track ventures into electronic territory while keeping Bec's vocals at the forefront and staying true to their spacious, subtle sound.
The duo are set to release their debut self-titled EP on 4th August 2017. Recorded in the heart of Belgrave and mixed by David Carr at Rangemaster in the Dandenong Ranges, the EP incorporates elements of electronica and pop, while showcasing the pair's finely honed songwriting skills in more stripped-back songs.
In the last twelve months, Someday June have supported artists such as Patrick James and Ayla. The up-and-coming duo's undeniable raw talent is evident in their live performances, which are minimalist yet captivating in their simplicity. Starkly honest and vulnerable, Someday June invite you into their world.