Beloved Australian supergroup Seeker Lover Keeper – Sarah Blasko, Sally Seltmannand Holly Throsby – today reveal they’ll release their highly anticipated second full-length album, ‘Wild Seeds,’ on Friday 9 August via Liberation Records. A collection of 12 songs, Wild Seeds is the long-awaited follow-up to their 2011 self-titled debut, which debuted at #3 on the ARIA Album Chart and has been certified Gold.
Accompanying news of the album comes the release of the title track and second single Wild Seeds. The song is an exhilarating departure from the band’s indie-folk roots, here Blasko, Seltmann and Throsby embrace drama and pathos with an uninhibited performance of soaring vocals and three-part harmonies inspired by the joy and turmoil of youth.
The theatrics of the single were captured in an extraordinary video which features a captivating performance by Yael Stone – star of Netflix’s TV international hit series Orange Is The New Black. The video sees the band working again with award-winning director Natalie Van Den Dungen, who was behind the iconic video for Let It Out which featured Magda Szubanski.
Wild Seeds was self-produced by the group, with mixer Collin Dupuis (Lana Del Rey, Angel Olsen, St. Vincent) capturing the essence of the album – a woman, once wild, reflecting on her former tumults with a sense of grace and solace. It’s a fitting title for such an assured record, an album that emboldens Seeker Lover Keeper’s sound with lucidity and strength.
SEEKER LOVER KEEPER
THE WILD SEEDS TOUR
SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2019
With special guest June Jones (all shows excl. QLD)
GENERAL PUBLIC ON SALE
Begins: Monday 24 June (9am local time)
Tickets via seekerloverkeeper.com.au
Thursday 5 September | Blue Mountains Theatre | Springwood, NSW
Friday 6 September | Canberra Theatre | Canberra, ACT
Saturday 7 September | Small Ballroom | Newcastle, NSW
Friday 13 September | Narrabeen RSL | Narrabeen, NSW
Saturday 14 September | The Heritage Hotel | Bulli, NSW
Friday 27 September | The Altar Bar | Hobart, TAS
Saturday 28 September | The Gov | Adelaide, SA
Sunday 29 September | Freo Social | Fremantle, WA
Thursday 3 October | The Triffid | Brisbane, QLD
Friday 4 October | Caloundra Music Festival | Caloundra, QLD
Saturday 5 October | Tanks Arts Centre | Cairns, QLD
Thursday 17 October | Factory Theatre | Sydney, NSW
Friday 18 October | The Corner Hotel | Melbourne, VIC
Saturday 19 October | Theatre Royal | Castlemaine, VIC
Sunday 20 October | Sooki Lounge | Belgrave, VIC