Seeker Lover Keeper

Music, Rock and indie
From the left: Sally Seltmann, Sarah Blasko and Holly Throsby in black jackets facing shoulder first towards the camera
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Time Out says

The ethereal power trio of Throsby, Seltmann and Blasko are touring this spring

It’s been almost a decade since soft-rock supergroup Seeker Lover Keeper released their self-titled debut album. The trio is the brainchild of three of Sydney’s most prominent singer-songwriters: Sarah Blasko, Holly Throsby and Sally Seltmann. After years of solo tours, the threesome are back with their new album Wild Seeds, which they co-wrote and stripped back vocally to make room for bigger lyrics and harmonious melody that’s sure to seep into their upcoming performances around the city this spring.

Seeker Lover Keeper will be playing two shows in Melbourne: one at the Corner Hotel in Richmond and one at Sooki Lounge in Belgrave (so those in the outer burbs need not worry about having to schlep into the city). The trio will also be playing a regional show at Theatre Royal in Castlemaine.


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