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Georgia Mooney ‘Full of Moon’ Album Launch

Nettwerk Presents

Georgia Mooney ‘Full of Moon’ Album Launch

7:00pm, Sat 16 September, 2023
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Eora/Sydney-based singer-songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Georgia Mooney (one quarter of ARIA Award-winning folk band All Our Exes Live in Texas), launches her glorious debut solo album Full of Moonout August 25th via Nettwerk.
Full of Moon is a meticulously crafted sonic universe that tells stories of the beauty and potency of vulnerability, and the complexities of connection and perception, carried by her soaring ethereal voice over lush, cinematic soundscapes. Co-produced with Grammy Award-winning heavyweight Noah Georgeson (Cate Le Bon, Devendra Banhart, Marlon Williams), the album is a beautiful and imaginative fresco, rich in texture and colour, and as broad in scope as the seductive intimacy of Mooney’s stunning vocals and confronting and deftly observed lyrics. The diversity of her songwriting is on full display: from Kate Bush-esque artful pop on ‘War Romance’, to 80s-inspired eccentricity on ‘Some Of Us’, to folk songs like ‘What An Inconvenience’ and ‘What’ll I Do’ which feel instantly timeless, as Mooney combines a breadth of influences to create a world and sound uniquely her own.  
 Mooney’s debut single ‘War Romance’ and follow-ups ‘I Am Not In A Hurry’, ‘Break It Off’, ‘Soothe You’ & Nothing Is Forever’ attracted support from the Rolling Stone Australia, Wonderland, Under The Radar, Daily Telegraph, ABC RN, Frankie Magazine, The Music Network, NME, Pilerats, AIR, Q News, Music Feeds, Tone Deaf, The Music, The AU Review and beyond, with radio support from Double J, FBi, 2SER, Triple R, PBS, Edge Radio and more.
Seeking beauty above all else, and offering endless escapism in its intricate musicality, Full of Moon is an album destined to become a classic.

 " chock-full with pure cinematic artistry"
 - Wonderland Magazine

"When she started playing I could immediately understand why the room was packed. She played with a tongue-in-cheek elegance that disarmed everyone instantly. I think everyone fell in love at that show" - Rolling Stone Australia

“slow-burning, majestic folk” - Pilerats

 “recalls the baroque pop of artists like Weyes Blood, but with the chorus, it steadily takes on a dreamy cinematic sheen, one more akin to Kate Bush” - Under The Radar


This is an 18+ event. 


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Photo ID is essential, acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence, State Approved ‘Proof of Age’ card or Passport.

We acknowledge that this event is held on the stolen lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.