Following their third single release ‘Drift’ late last year, which was only a teaser of what was to come, this dreamy indie-folk duo have come out with their debut EP ‘Flowers From Home’.
Inspired by their small hometown of Walpole on the South Western coast, each track on the album paints a clear picture of what it feels like to be amongst it all - the Karri trees, the flower fields and vivid emotion.
The five track EP showcases heartwarming lyricism and beautiful harmonies that the sisters are known for. Throughout the journey they present through their songs, you can feel the warmth in the melodies and the strong connection to their roots. Not only that, but with the help of mixing and mastering engineer James Newhouse and recording engineer Samantha Bayliss, this project definitely shows how much the twins have progressed and grown into the musicians they are today.
In order to celebrate their EP release, Oceanique have been embarking on a South West based regional tour! They started off at Nannup Music Festival on February 26th and have since been making their way up the coast, playing at various venues. These shows vary between duo, trio and full band shows, but whatever form you catch them in, “[the] duo’s distinctive vocals, delivered with a hint of Aussie rawness and harmonies… will fill your heart with joy” (Around the Sound, 2020).
The duo are set to return to Perth on April 17th for their last show and official EP launch party at Clancy’s Fish Pub in Fremantle, supported by Angie Colman and Kiera Jas. This is definitely not an event to miss! You can grab your tickets for the event here.
Listen to ‘Flowers From Home’ now!