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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Blues :: The Audreys - Sometimes The Stars

The Audreys - Sometimes The Stars

The Audreys  - Sometimes The Stars
Some of the most unforgettable music ever made has been born from just taking time to live life, to reflect on the past and then embrace the future with new found perspective. Sometimes The Stars, the eagerly anticipated third album from The Audreys, took shape exactly that way. It’s the sound of a band that’s been pushing boundaries since the beginning now doing so with boundless freedom, capturing ten of the best songs they’ve written yet with emotional honesty, a dash of sonic adventure and a few surprises...
The remarkable success of The Audreys’ 2006 debut album Between Last Night And Us might have caught even the band themselves by surprise, but its follow-up, 2008’s When The Flood Comes, proved it was no fluke. Both albums won the ARIA Award for Best Blues And Roots Album for their respective years, striking a chord with critics and audiences alike right from the outset. And while both combined irresistible melody with candid emotion, When The Flood Comes was the result of a daunting, difficult recording process – an experience that the band’s core of Taasha Coates and Tristan Goodall were determined not to put themselves through again.

About this track...

The Audreys recruited a couple of old friends for this song. Dave Palmer added the luscious trombone parts and Selena Cross sang the harmonies on the chorus, both old university friends of Taasha's. This song was picked as the title track before it was even finished.

Other tracks by The Audreys: Trouble Somehow
Number Of People In Act 2 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In QLD
Taken From The Release Titled Sometimes The Stars
Copyright Holder's Name ABC Music
Media Servicing Date 2011-10-31
Main Genre Blues/Roots
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
ISRC AU-AB0-10-00555
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Content Provider Universal Music Australia