Clare Bowditch

Of the several thousand songs Clare Bowditch has written, only forty-seven have ever been recorded (forty-six of which were recorded on analog tape in the back shed with producer and drummer Martin W Brown). Twelve of her very best are making their debut on Clare's extraordinary and highly original new album, The Moon Looked On, a triumphant tale of lust, temptation, freedom and fear.

An extraordinary album by anyone's standards, The Moon Looked On is the follow-up album to Clare winning one of Australia's highest musical honours, the ARIA Award for Best Female 2006.

Clare began performing in Australian pubs when she was sixteen years old. In 2005, the head of EMI Australia John O'Donnell saw her performing in a small Sydney pub. He went on to offer her an extraordinary licencing deal, the likes of which will never be seen again. Clare went on to release the ARIA Award winning What Was Left, which followed on so beautifully from where Autumn Bone left off.

Some of the highlights post-release were two songs included in JJJ's Hottest 100, What Was Left being nominated for Best Album of the Year in the inaugural J Award, a European tour with Art of Fighting, supporting Bernard Fanning for his first album launch tour, fantastic A Day on the Green shows with Paul Kelly and Missy Higgins, an amazing experience of playing at the Perry Sand Hills for the Mildura Arts Festival, the Broad Shows way back in December and stack of other great festivals.

Clare Bowditch

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