Singer-songwriter Emma Russack grew up next to the clear blue waters of Narooma. It’s no surprise that growing up in this dreamy town could very well correspond to Russack’s personal and autobiographical work, covering anything from love, to loss. Russack is preparing for an Australian national tour to celebrate the release of her latest album You Changed Me.

Russack’s debut LP Sounds of Our City documents her adjustment to life in Melbourne after spending a year in South America; about leaving someone, crossing the lines of friendship, and that it’s okay to want something more.

Her latest album You Changed Me spans the years of 2011 to 2013. You Changed Me is an honest narrative of loneliness, exploration and the remnants of lost love and is out now on CD/Digital/LP.


Friday May 30, BONEY Melbourne

Sunday June 1, MONA Hobart (daytime show)

Sunday June 1, REPUBLIC BAR, Hobart

Wednesday June 18, BLACK BEAR LODGE, Brisbane

Thursday June 19, RAD BAR, Wollongong

Saturday June 21, BRIGHTON UP BAR, Sydney

Friday July 4, HOTEL METRO, Adelaide

Thursday October 9, MOJO’S BAR, Fremantle

Saturday October 11, THE BIRD, Perth