On her third single Kitchen, Sydney artist Annie Hamilton navigates memory, perception and nostalgia through cascading, ethereal vocals and sprawling instrumentation.
Written while living in an isolated town in northern Iceland, the song meanders through quiet moments that left their mark, conjuring images of both intimacy and mundanity like pieces of a puzzle. Following the release of singles Fade and My New Tattooed Chameleon, the song is a testament to Hamilton’s astute, direct storytelling and her ability to combine vulnerability with a versatile sound that oscillates between hushed contemplation and explosive, cinematic soundscapes. Hamilton's music has garnered praise from Triple J, FBi Radio, RUSSH and LNWY, leading to Australia-wide tours in support of Julia Jacklin, Jack River, Phantastic Ferniture and more.
In addition to her solo project, Hamilton plays guitar in Jack River’s live band and was formerly lead guitarist in Sydney outfit Little May.