“We can’t stop listening… Gorgeous vocals and a uniquely beautiful Aussie twist. Gets more and more under the skin with each listen.” - The AU Review
No one could ever accuse Greta Stanley of dishonesty. The Cairns-based artist’s confessional lyrics and tendency to lay herself bare in her songs have gained her a reputation as one of Queensland’s most relatable and mesmerising singer/songwriters.
On her debut EP ‘Bedroom City’ and album ‘Full Grown’, Stanley combined evocative storytelling with a gorgeous indie-folk palette to create a sound which gained her plenty of fans across the country.
Now, on new EP ‘Sun In My Eyes’, Stanley has taken a bold sonic leap forward. The lyrical vulnerability is still there, of course, but her musical horizons have broadened and her remarkable voice has an even greater depth. Moving seamlessly between genres; Stanley blends folk with pop, rock and electronica to create a rich tapestry that’s much harder to define.
Stanley says of the EP:
“This is a collection of songs from a long list of memories. From Melbourne to Mena Creek to Cairns, to things I’ve dreamt up in my head that never landed anywhere at all. I wanted to share both the outward real things and the inward mess of thoughts - in the hope that others find comfort or connection in that.”
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