Melbourne-native Gossling is winning fans across the world with her uniquely delicate voice and sultry indie-pop tunes. After a series of sold-out intimate showcases across the UK, alluring performances supporting Vance Joy, her startling debut at SXSW, performing at the APRA Awards with legendary Colin Hay, and featuring in Time Magazine US around the world in elevnt bands feature, the singer-songwriter has finally migrated home in time for spring for a national headline tour. Gossling’s vocal quirkiness has set her apart from other contemporary artists, underpinned by music that has moved with the times; transitioning from a folky leaning to include elements of electronic synths and textures. Her debut album, “Harvest Of Gold” was undoubtedly one of 2013’s best Australian releases, (“Joyous, honest and dreamy” – Harper’s Bazaar). To celebrate her national tour she will release a special digital only edition of “Harvest of Gold” featuring a bonus EP of new and previously unreleased music, including her stunning covers of Everclear’s 90’s anthem ‘Santa Monica’ and Vance Joys’ hit single ‘Riptide’ [LINK]. Joining Gossling on tour will be Montaigne. Jessica Cerro was a triple j Unearthed High finalist of 2012 with boppy indie pop song ‘Anyone But Me’. Over the course of the past two years she spent time refining and developing her songwriting skills. Her debut EP “Life of Montaigne” was produced with the help of Tony Buchen (The Preatures, Andy Bull). And her latest single the toe-tapping I Am Not An End sees Montaigne develop an alluring and quirky melody that glides atop a solid pop song that only serves to exemplify this young artist’s prowess.