Seeker Lover Keeper
Australian indie rock supergroup Seeker Lover Keeper, with Sarah Blasko, Sally Seltmann and Holly Throsby are uniting once again for a national tour.
Seeker Lover Keeper originated, as many things do, from a conversation at a pub. In 2007, Sarah and Holly went to see Sally play a show in Sydney and the three ended up at the Townie in Newtown after, drinking and talking well into the night. They were such big fans of each other’s music and, as they quickly discovered, they enjoyed each other’s company too. At some point during the night a plan arose: wouldn’t it be fun to tour together sometime?
They all agreed that it would. And, in the coming months, over emails, the notion of a joint-tour evolved into something different. Sally suggested they should start a band. She even had a name in mind: Seeker Lover Keeper. Without hesitation, Sarah and Holly said yes.
Wild Seeds, out Friday 9 August 2019, is the long-awaited follow-up to their 2011 self-titled debut album.
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