Australian singer-songwriter Sarah McLeod played the Corner Hotel in Melbourne on Easter Sunday 1 April 2018. One of the country’s most talented and versatile rock artists, The Superjesus front woman played an acoustic set of songs drawn from her 1950s-inspired solo album Rocky’s Diner that was released last August and reached Top 20 in the ARIA Albums Chart.
Scene News: SARAH MCLEOD Announces New Single ‘KILLIN IT TIL I’M DEAD’ + National Solo Electric Tour For April / May
Aussie rock royalty Sarah McLeod has announced her new single Killin It Til I’m Dead, an absolute firecracker of a song about undying, unwavering confidence, out now. Killin It Til I’m Dead is the product of an ingenious new songwriting podcast Hatjam from Eskimo […]
Q&A with Sarah McLeod Tell us about your new single/ album/ tour? The new single, St Peters Lane, was written after hours of observation from my studio window. It’s about transvestite prostitues in Darlinghurst. They […]
Sarah McLeod describes her latest release, Rocky’s Diner, as “dirty deeds, simple and sweet” yet her scene was, and still is, one of “bunkering down”. The singer-songwriter/guitarist, in her own right as well as a founding member of The Superjesus, explains: “Yeah that’s true – if I had a house. I don’t have a house now. But when I do, I very rarely leave the house. I’m a full home body. I bunker on in there and play my guitar and play with my dog, work on music, fun.” […]