After launching her debut EP ‘26 letters’ in March 2017, h. has been performing in her hometown of Canberra and new home in Sydney for the better part of a year. This June, h. will release her much-anticipated second EP ‘Everything’s on TV Now Anyway’ and celebrate this release with an east coast tour. Joined on stage by her good friend Marcella on the fiddle, here’s a taste of what you can expect…
‘The crowd were transfixed, with many seated on the floor, the stage high above them. Couples were putting arms around each other and holding hands as […] lyrics of love and loss washed over us, perfectly matched with Marcella's violin.’ – Kate Russell, The Noise Floor
‘Folk is inclusive, folk is human and folk is sincere. With 26 Letters, h. embodies the genre’s ideal with compassion and careful consideration.’ – Happy Mag
‘h. Oh my god. This set put me in a strange, dystopian landscape of dreaminess. The kind of music that you lie down on your bed and cry to, not because it’s sad, but because it’s beautiful.’ – Alice Worley, BMA
Opening the night will be folk rock from new kids on the block Plastic Plants; followed by Goulburn’s finest singer-songwriter and blues guitarist Kial Malone.