Bernadette Novembre

16 Feb
Espy Basement
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**Free Entry** Bernadette Novembre

A journey through the subconscious mind, Bernadette and her band will be hitting The Espy Basement to bring her highly acclaimed new sound which is a mix of late 1960's Rock with modern Indie and Brit/Rock. Come hear her new tunes before a series of single launches in 2024 ahead of an eventual Album launch!

Bernadette Novembre recorded her debut Album in January 2023 and recently filmed the music video for the first single off the Album which is due for release in July 2024. In the meantime, Bernadette continues to preview her new work around various venues in Australia and at numerous Festivals.

Hyped to be the next big thing in Indie Rock, Bernadette's new music can be described as a mix of late 1960’s Rock: The Doors, George Harrison, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, Pink Floyd, David Bowie and Brit Rock/Alternative Rock: Arctic Monkeys, The Last Shadow Puppets, The Vaccines, Babyshambles, Franz Ferdinand, Oasis, PJ Harvey, Queens of The Stone Age, Lana Del Rey, Florence & The Machine and Chrissie Hynde. A surrealist at heart, Bernadette's new music has been described as 'Avant-Indie Alt Rock on the dreamscape'. The songwriting pedigree is evident throughout her new music with co-songwriter and Producer Joshua Moriarty (of bands Miami Horror, Telenova and All The Colours) on board.

Highlights of her career thus far include playing support to members of The Rolling Stones and being part of the headline at Festivals such as the Queenscliff Music Festival.

One of Bernadette's new songs made it to the Top 30 of the Australian Songwriters Association Songwriting Contest in 2020.

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