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Tiarnie is an up-and-coming alternative rock artist who moved from a rural town near Canberra to the big smoke of Sydney for music. Tiarnie is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and most importantly – a storyteller. She evokes emotion with honest and raw lyrics that document the messy life of a young woman in today’s society. Tiarnie’s lyrical vulnerability is matched with a fierce vocal tone, captivating melodies, intricate guitar riffs and punchy percussion.
Following on from her successful debut single ‘When You Go’, and music video launch last month, Tiarnie is releasing a new single: ‘Please Don’t.’ To celebrate the release, she's bringing her band to the Golden Age Cinema on June 22nd.
‘Please Don’t’ is an atypical love song, beautifully documenting how a communication breakdown can negatively affect a relationship. The song was written in an attempt to invite men to join the conversation of feminism, without the need to get defensive. The bridge chants with gang vocals; “We struggle to communicate what we want to say, our ego and our pride keeps on getting in the way.”
‘Please Don’t’ will be available on all major streaming platforms from the 15th of June.
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