Artist info

Genre

Indie


Sounds like

Laurel, Aldous Harding


Influences

Matt Corby, Emma Louise, Aldous Harding, Pheobe Bridgers


Website

Bio

Hailing from Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, Tulliah writes from a place of heartfelt experiences with melodies that seamlessly wash over you. Her captivating new single ‘Just My Type (A Little Bit Lonely)’ - a deluge of earnest songwriting with a profound sound that catapults Tulliah well beyond her young years. Tulliah is thrilled to be launching her new project with a two live debut headline performance at Melbourne’s Corner Hotel on Sunday 31 January.

Beginning it’s life as a piano ballad called ‘Imagine’, the single took on a numerous lives with Tulliah and producer Dean Tuza (Stella Donnelly, The Rubens) who tinkered, tampered and peeled away the song layer by layer until it found its ultimate home in its final form as the extraordinary ‘Just My Type (A Little Bit Lonely)’. “I remember the exact moment when I sat at the piano and the first verse flowed out of me. I felt like it was something special even at its earliest stage,” Tulliah reminisces.

‘Just My Type (A Little Bit Lonely)’ is the first single to be taken from an EP titled Fresh Hugs due for release in 2021. Dean Tuza sat in the production hot seat across the entirety of the EP, working closely with Tulliah to finesse each track. In addition, Grammy Award winning producer David Kahne (Lana Del Ray, Paul McCartney, Stevie Nicks) produced string arrangements which will feature on the EP.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

28 Apr 2021

Triple J
40

Everything is heightened here, thanks in large part to the gorgeous orchestral parts that amplify Tulliah's emotional impact.

Everything is heightened here, thanks in large part to the gorgeous orchestral parts that amplify Tulliah's emotional impact.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

16 Mar 2021

Triple J
40

it's the sorta song you might hear from a 3 album veteran but nup, it's tulliah showing us all that she's got what it takes to use space, emotion and her special voice to craft timeless releases like this.

it's the sorta song you might hear from a 3 album veteran but nup, it's tulliah showing us all that she's got what it takes to use space, emotion and her special voice to craft timeless releases like this.

Review

Distant Dreams

Tulliah

Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

08 Feb 2021

Triple J
45

That shuffling rhythm is really clever. Love the Fight Club line too.

That shuffling rhythm is really clever. Love the Fight Club line too.