Friday 12pm Treehouse
Saturday 12pm Hogs Breath
Sunday 1pm Hogs Breath
Monday – northerlies After Party
Bright, colourful and brilliant, Lucy Gallant has been gracing audiences with her bohemian art-pop for more than a decade. Anchored in folk-roots yet fiercely original, experimental and avant-garde, the British-born songstress has been hailed as one of the most talented indie artists on the global circuit.
Her multicultural heritage is eclectically reflected in Lucy's craft. A multi-instrumentalist she produces high-energy rhythms on the Cajón, while simultaneously singing and playing guitar, drums and chimes. Her Burmese, Russian, Irish and Australian roots inspire genre-blended tunes and her unique voice soars with rhapsodic range, conveying a full spectrum of emotion. A prolific songwriter, she has written over 1000 songs.
With no live set ever the same, Lucy’s performances convey a pure and undeniable magic. Her mission is to inspire a global movement of love and liberation, uplifting her audience to feel free and celebrate their uniqueness. This is the reason she awakens with a smile each day and precisely why her fans are following suit.
Having toured the USA, South and Central America, Japan, Australia, UK and much of Europe, she has dazzled audiences at both intimate venues and major festivals such as Glastonbury Festival (UK), Beautiful Days (UK), Art Basel (US) and Australia’s largest music festivals, Splendour in the Grass, Woodford Folk Festival and Byron Bay Bluesfest.
Lucy’s nomadic heart enticed her to a life on the road in her early teens. Starting with a hitchhiking tour of Australia, she then embarked on a wild pilgrimage to more than 50 countries around the world. She travelled on horseback through Brazil, camped with Bedouin tribes in Egypt and stayed with families on Indian reserves. Her lust for freedom and adventure has influenced her worldly musical style, creating a distinct tropical flavour.