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Christian Patey 'High' Single Launch w/ special guests SEPORA & Elizabeth Hughes

Christian Patey - 'HIGH' Single Launch with special guests Sepora and Elizabeth Hughes

Sepora

A self-proclaimed dark-pop princess, Sepora feels good being a little bad and she sings a little sad. Performing solo regularly at select venues and private functions, Sepora exercises the ability to command stages with just a guitar & her voice, capturing audiences at sizable Sydney venues including Big Top at Luna Park & Sydney Town Hall. Taking her well-crafted originals to band, Sepora leads with a passionate vim that shines through their captivating live shows, her smoky and soulful voice brings a timeless quality to a unique and dynamic repertoire. Gathering momentum since forever, Sepora is finally going to give the people what they want when she records her debut studio EP next year.  

This will be Sepora’s last performance for 2017! Don’t miss your opportunity to catch her before she heads for the studio….

Christian Patey

Christian’s hitting the road throughout November to promote his latest single “High“... Still reeling from a massive 2016 with single “ Safe to say you’re free” produced by Jimmy2sox (Flight Facilities), sold out Tash Sultana, Boo Seeka & Tijuana Cartel supports, festival appearances and a vocal sample on PARTYNEXTDOORS latest album PX3 for Drakes label OVO. 2017 is looking just as good with Christian's previous single “Is This Real” premiered on Triple J and added to high rotation on Double J.

The Sunshine Coast artist has joined forces once again with renowned electronic producers, Steve Thornely and Jimmy2sox (one half of Flight Facilities) to create this low key take on dancey electronica.

 

Elizabeth Hughes

'Elizabeth Hughes is a Sydney-based musician originally from the Blue Mountains. After releasing her debut EP in May this year, Elizabeth scored supports with Julien Baker, Oh Pep!, Holly Throsby, Julia Jacklin and The Teskey Brothers. She has received Triple J, FBi and 2Ser airplay with Brag Magazine describing her "powerful tunes" as being anchored by "some truly impressive musicianship" and Triple J calling her music "Beautifully languid and wistful". In 2016, Happy Magazine named her as one of Australia's 20 guitarists to watch, alongside Stu Mackenzie (King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard) and Nai Palm (Hiatus Kaiyote). She is recording her debut album in Lyttleton, New Zealand in January 2018'