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Tilley invites you to step into her dark and sparkling world.  A masterful & versatile voice, unique style, and songs of love, loathing, and transformation. Tilley is a memorable, one-of-a-kind performer who will leave you with shivers down your spine.

Tilley’s record close. places her intimate songs into vast, lush layered landscapes created by producer D.A.Calf. The record draws on influences such as Moses Sumney, The General Assembly, Jeff Buckley, Sharon van Etten, Mazzy Star, Low, and Joni Mitchell (Hejira / Shadows & Light era.) Tilley's wide range of musical influences and unique production makes her work hard to pin down to a single genre.

Tilley’s songs explore what it means to be human, looking outward to try to make sense of the world we inhabit, and an intimate reflection inwards to challenge and question ourselves, what we hold dear, and what we need to let go of in order to grow. ⁣

When not performing and creating, Tilley works as a vocal coach, specialising in science-based technique with a playful and trauma-informed approach, working with everyone from total beginners, to professional performers such as Mo'Ju (VIC) Clark (UK), Emily Wurramara (TAS), and many more.

Tilley sang backing vocals for Damon Albarn (Blur, Gorillaz) on his Australian tour in 2014.  She was a member of the ARIA-nominated Southern Gospel Choir for 9 years, including as a featured soloist, in 2014 touring with the choir to the USA. Tilley studied contemporary voice (primarily jazz) at the UTAS Conservatorium, and has a special love for improvised and experimental music. She has provided improvised & directed session vocals for UK producer Clark as well as Melbourne-based musician & composer Robin Fox on his soundtrack for the feature film Guilty.

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