Dubbed ‘one of the country’s most exciting new songwriters’ by Pilerats, Melbourne songwriter Nat Vazer writes intimate guitar pop that unravels like short fiction layered with rich melodies and whimsical storytelling with a bite of feminist defiance.

Her debut single ‘Keep Away From Parks!’ was named one of the ‘Triple J presenter favourites’ of 2018, while latest singles ‘Higher Places’ and ‘Grateful’ has been much acclaimed by the likes of Triple J’s Richard Kingsmill, Rolling Stone Australia, Pilerats and a feature spotlight by The Australian Independent Record Labels Association.

Since her 2018 debut EP ‘We Used To Have Real Conversations’, Vazer has gone on to support Lime Cordiale on tour, Last Dinosaurs, #1 Dads, Carla Geneve, The Magic Numbers (UK) and has joined the festival line ups of St Kilda Festival, Kyneton Music Festival, Changes and more.

Her debut album ‘Is This Offensive and Loud?’ has just arrived and has been named one of the top 15 Australian albums of 2020 so far by NME Australia.