Montaigne set to spread her wings at Rocky show
SYDNEY avant-pop heroine Montaigne dropped her daring single Clip My Wings recently, alongside the announcement of an extensive national tour which will stop in Rockhampton.
The single, co-written, produced and mixed by Tony Buchen (The Preatures, Andy Bull) and recorded at Albert Studios, is about the value of autonomy and standing up for what you believe in.
The single boasts a bigger sound for Montaigne and an even more opulent and dramatic melody than what we've heard from this vocally gifted songstress.
"Clip My Wings is about attempting to push back against your oppressors," explained Montaigne.
"I am resilient and have become more self-confident, I am less afraid to stand up for myself and my self-belief and I am expressing that through this song."
Montaigne has established herself on the live circuit, recently supporting San Cisco, Megan Washington and electro phenomenon Japanese Wallpaper.
Next up, Montaigne will tour Clip My Wings, taking her band on the road.The Triple J Unearthed High finalist will headline a concert at the Pilbeam Theatre as part of the national youth music project, The Set List. Montaigne will be supported by local acts.
The Set List brings the best in contemporary music acts to young regional audiences.
IF YOU GO
WHERE: Pilbeam Theatre
WHEN: Sunday, October 18, doors open 5.30pm
TICKETS: $25; phone 4927 4111