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$10 ENTRY // 18+ // 8pm
Rachel Maria Cox (NSW)
Zena Mohamad (Squid Fishing)
Sarah Lacey Ann
Off the back of a gripping and emotive performance at the sold out Sad Grrrls Fest in Melbourne this year, singer-songwriter Jo Neugebauer has today announced that her debut EP, Memories & You, will be released on Friday December 2nd through Sad Grrrls Club Records. The first single off the EP, Comfortable Curiosities, was released today, and is a taste of the raw and uncompromising beauty of Jo’s songwriting.
To support this release, Neugebauer will be playing two launch shows, one in Melbourne where she currently resides, and one in her hometown of Hobart. In Hobart, she’ll be joined by Sad Grrrls Club founder and manager Rachel Maria Cox, as well as Zena Mohamad of the band Squid Fishing, and Sarah Lacey Ann.
Memories & You is Neugebauer’s debut, but already her voice is distinctly hers. A self described writer of songs about ‘feelings and cats’, Neugebauer balances vulnerability and honesty with power and defiance. Comfortable Curiosities searches for identity in isolation, a taste of an EP about moving on and defining a sense of self from memories. Some Assembly Required is a highlight, a heartfelt tribute to a lost friend, with Neugebauer’s full emotive range on display. Memories & You is a strong debut from an artist who has spent years honing her live performance.
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