UPCOMING DATES

 

TOUR DATES

SUPPORTING MATT CORBY *

14 APRIL | EAT YOUR GREENS FESTIVAL, ADELAIDE SA

16 APRIL | THE GOV, ADELIADE SA (SUPPORTING MIDDLE KIDS)

18 APRIL | THE CIVIC THEATRE, AUCKLAND NZ*

20 APRIL | MICHAEL FOWLER CENTRE, WELLINGTON NZ*

21 APRIL | ISAAC THEATRE, CHRISTCHURCH NZ*

25 MAY | BIG PINEAPPLE FESTIVAL, QLD

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 ABOUT

 

Hailing from Adelaide, MANE’s explosive indie pop has the unique ability to have you in awe of her energy while simultaneously singing along to the saddest of songs.MANE's groundswell really began last year, with single 'What If the Love Dies', a track that saw Eric J (Flume, Chet Faker) on the production, it garnered attention from across the globe and landed her triple j unearthed feature artist of the week, Dom Alessio (triple j) described  'There's something enchanting about this dark, caliginous pop song' Accompanied by a beautiful cinematic clip to which heavy weights Rolling Stone got behind and helped propel into the public.

 

Paige Court, the voice of the MANE moniker has described her new single 'Chasing Butterflies' as a song about relentlessly searching for that feeling of excitement in something or someone over and over again; 'it's about loving to love but getting bored really quickly'. Written to evaluate the behaviour and cycles of pain, the track really encapsulates Court's ability to balance heavy subjects with anthemic styling. The single has received glowing reviews with a recent full rotation add to Australias highly acclaimed radio station triple j. 

 

With a dynamic live show, it's unsurprising that MANE took to the stage at the 2018 Groovin the Moo festival, Wayville alongside acts such as Ball Park Music, Vera Blue and Portugal. The Man. MANE is Set to play SPIN OFF FESTIVAL this July with The Wombats, Meg Mac and The Jungle Giants - With an exciting year ahead you can catch her Supporting KINGSWOOD's national tour this August and September as well as an appearance at BIGSOUND 2018

Love that opening chord. From there, it only gets better.
— Richard Kingsmill, Musical director, Triple J
Throw in MANE’S big but dark vocal delivery and you’re entering impressive territory
— Dave Ruby Howe, Triple J Unearthed Director
An artist poised for great things
— The AUReview

CONTACT

MANAGEMENT

SIAN WALDEN | LITTLE ACORN MUSIC

sian@littleacornmusic.com

AUS/NZ BOOKINGS

Matt Thomson | NICHE AGENCY

matt@nicheproductions.com.au