Australian indie folk sisters CHARM OF FINCHES release acoustic versions EP “Bluest Colour” ahead of JULY UK tour dates
Today, FRI 1st July, Australian sisters Charm of Finches, who have been having a busy northern summer touring their third album Wonderful Oblivion, release the final instalment from their three track EP “Bluest Colour” (digital only) through NYC label AntiFragile Music.

The title of the EP is lifted from the final track “Treading Water” – Bluest Colour expresses an introspection and melancholy – spectral re-imaginings of songs – pared back and ghostly cousins of the more sonically layered album versions – the pair bunkered down in their Melbourne home studio to produce variations of tracks from their third album Wonderful Oblivion, as well as a dreamy treatment of Joni Mitchell’s “River” – exploring the boundaries of intimacy in vocal production – before jetting to London for their 3 month long northern summer tour of UK, Sweden, Netherlands, Norway and Germany.


2 JULY Maverick Festival

4 JULY Society of the Golden Slipper , Blacks Club, Soho, London

14 JULY supporting Spooky Men’s Chorale, The Sub Room, Stroud

15 JULY supporting Spooky Men’s Chorale, Huntingdon Hall, Worcester

16 JULY supporting Spooky Men’s Chorale, Ludlow Assembly Rooms, Ludlow

23 JULY Folk Fell Festival, Cumbria

24 JULY Gullivers, Manchester

30 JULY Temperance, Leamington Spa

31 JULY The Live Room, Saltaire, Shipley

2 AUG Folklore, Hackney, London with Luke De-Sciscio (UK)

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