Updated: Oct 17, 2020
Although scattered across different parts of Western Australia, the girls met through a mutual love and passion for music, and it wasn’t long before their worlds collided, making smooth melodies and catchy harmonies under the name Dulcie.
The band’s latest release ‘Dust’ is a song about diving in head first, only to realise through time that what you want and what’s good for you may not be the same thing. It’s uplifting alternative pop, it’s charming harmonies and it’s most definitely addictive.
Speaking on the subject matter of the track, Dulcie explains: “It’s fair to say that most of us have been short-sighted going into things before. There never seems to be any red flags in the beginning, it’s exciting and easy to dive in head first. ‘Dust’ is a song about realising something isn’t what you thought and as time goes on you lose touch of what it was that was good for you in the first place.”
The girls are no strangers of the stage either, having spent much of their first year together touring sharing stages with acts such as G Flip, San Cisco, Spacey Jane, Polish Club, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets as well as making appearances at BIGSOUND and Groovin The Moo.
And it appears that not even COVID-19 can stop the dynamic quartet, who have been busy in the studio recording new music and rehearsing for a set of live shows later this month alongside the cruisey Great Gable. They’re also set to support Aussie favourites Ocean Alley early next year, with the heavy-hitters labelling their song ‘Fall’ as their favourite release of 2019.
'Dust' breaks free of the constraints of genre-conformity, in turn creating an eclectic soundscape made up of smooth arrangements, driving rhythms and harmonies that bubble and spark with personality. It's easy to love Dulcie when they sound this good.
Catch a live gig, and have a suss of ticket purchases here:
UPCOMING TOUR DATES
16th Oct – Prince of Wales, Bunbury (w/Great Gable) 17th Oct – The River, Margaret River (w/Great Gable) 23rd Oct – Dunsborough Tavern, Dunsborough (w/Great Gable) 31st Oct – Good Day Sunshine Festival, Busselton 28th Nov – Rosemount Hotel, Perth (Headline show – SOLD OUT)
OCEAN ALLEY SUPPORT
6th Feb - Hordern Pavilion - Sydney, NSW 7th Feb - Hordern Pavilion - Sydney, NSW 12th Feb - The Fortitude Music Hall - Brisbane, QLD 13th Feb - The Fortitude Music Hall - Brisbane, QLD 5th March - Fremantle Arts Centre - Perth, WA 12th March - Thebarton Theatre - Torrensville, SA 24th March - Melbourne Arena, Melbourne, VIC