Flippin Yeah Industries - FYI016
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Like a seductive David Lynch chanteuse, The Grand Magoozi occupies the stage in a dreamy twilight world. Susie Scurry's smoky vocals deliver lament and subtle wit in equal measure, pondering a modern world gone awry.
Drawing on formative influences that take in Appalachian string-band music and the canon of Roy Orbison, Scurry calls from a time of burnished musical purity. Infused with both dark space and languor, her songs also honour the likes of Patsy Cline, Karen Dalton and Billy Holiday. The Grand Magoozi is a voice in the lonesome night demanding an earnest and endearing ear, imploring us to see through the haze and make simpler sense of today's world.
The first single Pinky Blues is a slow swinging song that ponders the error of falling for your boyfriend's best friend.
A striking new voice in Australian music, Susie Scurry will hypnotise and lure you into soft-glowing stupor.
The Last Cowboy 03:37
Come On 03:37
Pinkie Blues 04:59
The Birds 03:46
Paul Newman 02:36
I don't want to grow up 06:05
Invisible Cord 04:14
Banjo Song 03:35