If you don’t know The Audreys, you’re missing out. They’ve had a cracking run of over a decade's worth of incredible music.
But now, lead vocalist and local girl, Taasha Coates is kicking off her solo musical adventures.
In late April, Coates started to play her own music – performing two gigs at the Grace Emily Hotel, and early May brought a gig to the Wheatsheaf Hotel. Coates recently announced that she’d been in the studio recording, and that some exciting news was heading our way.
And the exciting news has been announced.
The debut solo album for Taasha Coates & Her Melancholy Sweethearts will be released on the 26th of August, and in from mid-July she’s kicking off her tour around the country, playing her new (and undoubtedly gorgeous) songs.
Coates will be blessing us Adelaidians with her sweet voice and sweet tunes on the 14th of August at The Jade. Tickets aren’t released yet, but keep checking her Facebook page and website for details.
Until then, have a listen to the folky vibes of Coates and fellow The Audreys band member, Tristan Goodall, and get ready for another winning album to dive into.
If you’ve ever heard a record from The Audreys, you’ll know how gorgeous her voice is. But hearing it in the flesh is another experience. Not something you’ll want to miss.
What: Taasha Coates & Her Melancholy Sweethearts solo tour
When: 14th of August
Where: The Jade, 142-160 Flinders St, Adelaide
Images via Taasha Coates' Facebook page
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