Scene News: Scott Darlow releases debut solo album ‘SORRY’

scott-darlow-sorry Scott Darlow is a man who wears many hats, singer-songwriter, aboriginal activist and world vision spokesman his debut solo album S orry’ is his very own dreamtime.

For the past 10 years Scott Darlow has dedicated his life to educating youth all over the world on Aboriginal culture and reconciliation. Speaking & performing at over 100 schools around the globe each year Darlow has reached a staggering 500,000 students to date. His message is clear F.L.U.T.E forgiveness, love, understanding, tolerance & empathy. Through his work in Australian schools Darlow is able to promote The Australia Program with World Vision, encouraging families to support Aboriginal communities and provide assistance to those in need in their own backyard.

Title track Sorry’ from Darlows debut solo album pays homage to his Aboriginal heritage as a proud Yorta Yorta Mob descendant uniting the traditional didgeridoo and a formidable message with powerful lyrics ‘Sorry for tears, down through the year youve cried, sorry for respect youve been denied’ . This unique blend of country, rock & pop allows Darlow to stand in a league of his own.

Throughout the 10 track album Darlow takes you on a journey from impassioned activist anthems, to gentle ballads with ‘Arms Of Love’ upbeat country-esc vibes with All I Am and teaming up with Australian Icon and Goanna front man Shane Howard to recreate his hit ‘Solid Rock’.

Darlow gracefully walks the fine line between poignant and heavy-handed, delivering emotions with clichés, and imagery sans bad metaphors. There is no bitterness in his music, rather a story of hope for his people. – Beat Magazine

“Listening to Scott Darlow is mesmerizing – he captivates with stories of his childhood and his current work with high school students across Australia and the world.” Mindfood Magazine September

“Im continually blown away and humbled by the response I get when people hear it. I’m so stoked on it and cant wait for people to hear it’ Scott Darlow

Scott Darlow will be head ling the Yurora Festival in Sydney on January 8th 2017 Tickets Here:

Sorry will be released November 11th

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