There’s an unlikeness to Sydney Artist Lisa Caruso that left a mark on avid listeners after the success of her first releases. With songs continuously being described as if taken from a David Lynch Soundtrack, this charming songstress is back releasing tracks that will be coming off her long awaited debut album.
Teaming up with guitarist Benjamin Fletcher (Sarah Blasko, Marina and the Diamonds) on production in both the UK and in OZ has actualised Lisa’s desire to create music that is un-fearfully pronounced. With an utterly unique vocal, Lisa delivers songs with robust conviction, bleeding an honesty only she can tell. Impressing audiences with brooding track ‘Shake Baby Shake’ in November last year, Lisa gained National radio play once again, also landing a sync on a popular American NBN series.
Now accelerating at full speed with single number two, Lisa reveals a batty demeanour in ‘A Holiday’. Keeping a 90s garage attitude with elements of surf and 60s flair, expect to hear fuzzed out guitars, an unrelenting boisterous drum part, and layered vocals that entertain very forthright lyrics. 2019 is going to be Lisa Caruso’s biggest year yet. Expect to be lured in, and spat out asking for more.
Saturday 30th March – The Stag and Hunter, Thursday 4th April – Waywards (The Bank Hotel), Sunday 7th April – White Eagle Polish Club,
Thursday 11th April – Franks Wild Years, Sunday 14th April – Some Velvet Morning,
6th, 7th March – Golden Age Cinema, (Supporting Stella Donnelly)
Friday 8th March – Botany View Hotel, Women Who Rock’ podcast gig)