SINGLE REVIEW: Woodes – Silent Disco

Woodes is an artist whose cinematic inclined sonical landscape has continually evolved over time. As she heads into the release of her debut album in early 2020, she wants to grow and expand her artistry even further. Inspired by everything that is happening around her, these honest narratives reflect on personal relationships, thoughts and social observations as she tries to navigate her way through life. 

Her bouncy new single ‘Silent Disco’ is a perfect representation of that openness to inspiration as it draws from a boutique festival experience that saw her watching a silent disco from the outside looking in. Watching these people in secluded unison and in their own moment while everything else was happening around her really struck a cord with her. And from that she decided she wanted to write a song that not only reflected on the cultural phenomenon but also sonically fitted the aesthetic. 

Teaming up with Touch Sensitive, she was able to create a sound that further explored her cinematic alternative-pop sound and added in disco-pop elements. With the pulsating synths and groovy guitar riff, it really is so different to anything else she’s released but it works so well. In hindsight it has a retrospective attitude and warmth to it but there is a modern influence that makes it relevant and fit.

To coincide with the release of this vibey new single, Woodes will be throwing some exclusive all ages silent discos to exclusively play new songs to her biggest fans. It’s free to get tickets so RSVP now! 

Silent Disco Listening Events

Saturday 19 October – Melbourne

Saturday 26 October – Sydney 

Saturday 9 November – Brisbane 

*Events are free and limit of 20 people per event so RSVP

VIP Password: Woodlings

Client Liaison Australian Tour with Woodes

Thursday 17 October – Grand Hotel, Mornington *SOLD OUT*

Friday 18 October – Torquay Hotel, Torquay *SOLD OUT*

Saturday 19 October – The Forum Theatre, Melbourne *SOLD OUT*

Thursday 24 October – UNI Bar, Wollongong

Friday 25 October – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle *SOLD OUT*

Saturday 26 October – Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Thursday 31 October – The Gov, Adelaide

Friday 1 November – Dunsborough Tavern, Dunsborough

Saturday 2 November  – Metropolis, Fremantle

Thursday 7 November – The Wharf Tavern, Mooloolaba

Friday 8 November – Kingscliff Beach Hotel, Kingscliff

Saturday 9 November – The Tivoli, Brisbane

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