Headlining Newcastles PARLORFEST are Triple J favourites ‘Winterbourne’. After years of honing their craft in the studio and on stage, Winterbourne have returned with the release of their new single ‘Better’, the first offering from their forthcoming debut album. Originally discovered on the busking scene, the pair have quickly amassed a loyal following touring consistently around the country.
Our second headline artist is Newcastles very own ‘Atlas Young’, a pioneered deep bass, electro, neo soul, rock outfit off the cuff of his recent single ‘Soul To Flames’ making it’s way into the top 20 on the Australian Charts. Atlas Young is the new incarnation of #1 Australian artist Alex Bowen.
It’s a pleasure to have Sydney based dream-pop artist Billy Otto, with his confessional lyrics, sun-drenched vocals and earnest desire to inspire his audiences, it doesn’t take long to feel enamoured with the exquisite, ethereal sound he’s crafted over the past seven years.
Also jumping on board the line-up is blues/RnB artist Daniel March. Splitting his time between London and Sydney, the well-respected multi-instrumentalist, Daniel March is an exciting new face taking his place amongst the independent soul music movement with his debut self titled album.
A newly discovered fresh sound to the team here at Parlor is Central Coast artist Lawson Hull. LAWSON HULL’S new single 'People Don't Change' has landed, hitting all platforms and stores worldwide. Lawson has painted a folk/dream-pop sonic canvas. 'People Don't Change' encompasses the overlay of shimmering pop simplicity from the Australian singer songwriter drawing from artists such as Angus & Julia Stone, DMA’S and Middle Kids.