Nominated for Best Folk, Best Female Artist, Best Release at 2017 Music SA Awards.
“Naomi Keyte shares introspective single”(NME)
“This has such a gorgeous, full, and melancholic build. Never thought feeling so sad could feel so good.”(Zan Rowe, Triple J)
“What a transportive beauty from Naomi, I was spellbound til the end.” (Declan Byrne, Triple J)
“Naomi Keyte can hold a crowd in the palm of her hand, the entire room silent to the point you can hear a pin drop when she takes a breath.”(Tone Deaf)
“Thoughtful and evocative, this is a striking album from a songwriter who is in a great creative space.” (AU Review)
“Travelling Woman is that beautiful soft sound that we’ve come to expect from Keyte”
Naomi Keyte recently released her evocative folk/ indie/ pop single, Travelling Woman (released May 15) and is now revealing her intimate new music video to pair with the release.
To accompany this lyrically rich folk narrative, timeless sound on the guitar and Keyte’s poised, earthy vocal tone, comes a beautiful film clip captured on Kaurna Land by George Graetz and Rossina Possingham on a Super 8 film camera.
Telling a heartfelt story – portraying the push and pull of a relationship with someone always on the go – this music video explores carefree times on the road with a lover to lonely moments filled with reflection and contemplation. Keyte states:
“This video clip aims to invite the viewer into the intimate nature of everyday life and reveal the uncertainty of a relationship in flux – memory, reality, confusion and longing move in and out of focus throughout.”
Travelling Woman has been the first new taste of music since her debut album release, ‘Melaleuca’ (2017) that saw Keyte nominated for Best Folk, Best Female Artist and Best Release at the 2017 South Australian Music Awards.
In that time Keyte has also supported the likes of Paul Kelly, Aldous Harding, Ainslie Wills, Luluc and many more as well as performing at festivals including WOMADelaide, OzAsia Festival and Latitude (UK).
This new single from Keyte has already seen support from NME, Triple J, Double J and Unearthed, Scenestr, AAA Backstage, Adelaide Review, community radio across Australia and much more.
About Travelling Woman – Naomi Keyte: Vocals / Guitar | Katie Pomery Backing vocals | Felicity Freeman: Bass |Tyson Baird: Drums | Thomas Kneebone: Guitar
Listen to Travelling Woman HERE
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