Heathcote born, Bendigo based, folk artist Mariah McCarthy is back playing on her home patch.
Since living and performing in Melbourne with her old band Deer Prudence for a time, McCarthy has returned to her neck of the woods as a solo artist and is focussing all her energy on launching her own career with gusto.
After kicking off 2018 with the release of the title track to her forthcoming EP Counting Sheep, and revealing its follow up single Hail Mary last month, the budding talent is now ready to share her debut.
McCarthy marries feelings of here and there; comfort and ache; dream and reality on the EP’s title track Counting Sheep.
It’s an ode to awakening remote desire and accessing the lucid brightness within our dream selves.
McCarthy plays the Taproom, Castlemaine on Sunday, May 27 from 5pm to 7pm with free entry, and on Saturday, June 2 the Old Church on the Hill, Bendigo with Sarah Wilkinson and Jayden Dunne. Tickets: $10 on the door.