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NICK ELLERBY single launch 'This Love' supported by BRECKIN

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NICK ELLERBY single launch 'This Love' supported by BRECKIN


Painting pictures of nostalgia, singer/songwriter Nicholas Ellerby sheds light on the emotions derived from every day love, lust, heart ache and interaction. Simple and captivating acoustically driven soundscapes paired with earthy, honest vocals will have you melt like butter and concur with every verse.

Unpredictable as he is engaging, the songwriting of Nicholas Ellerby is as diverse as the emotions evoked by his performances. Nothing held back” is a common review of his sets and his unique story telling and vocal range leaves little left desired. Arguably the biggest heart on the circuit, you’ve never seen a more relatable act.

Having performed as Buck Jr. for over a decade, Ellerby is no stranger to live performance and has toured Victoria, the Australian East Coast and Europe, sharing stages and line- ups with the likes of Chris Wilson, Half Crown, Andrew Swift, The Resignators, Sarah McLeod, Madderlake, The Currency, Joe Camilleri, just to name a few. Festival appearances include Nightjar, Bendigo Blues and Roots and Gunn Music Acoustic.

During the COVID lockdowns Ellerby began writing and recording in his home studio and began to develop a new take on his identifiable style and sound, his latest single; “This Love” will be toured throughout late 2023. 

Sounds like: Sublime, Matt Corby, Rayland Baxter, Medium Build, Noah Gundersen, Nick Drake, Zach Bryan, Angus Stone



Bandcamp: from past project “Buck Jr.” are not dissimilar to solo project genre and can be found here:

Fri 6 October 2023, at 7.30pm, The Coolroom at Northern Arts Hotel

Tickets $20, $15



smooth and flows like a sweet, spring dream".

Breckin is the moniker of Melbourne based award winning visual artist, poet and singer songwriter, Heather Marsh. Her debut album Shiner garnered international attention, with single 'The Story Bridge' selected as a KEXP Song of the Day and Forte Magazine describing it as "...smooth and flows like a sweet, spring dream".

Originally raised in a sun-drenched suburban Petri- dish of strip malls and wall-to-wall carpet, Breckin made her escape to an enclave of decadents and artists. Forever ruined for reality, Breckin now inhabits what Martha Graham describes as the 'blessed unrest', walking between the pedestrian and the divine, telling tales from the depths and the margins. Compared in turn to Neko Case and Joanna Newsom, her songs interlace enveloping warm acoustic tones with sparkling finger-style guitar and lush strings.

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