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A display of honesty and a general acceptance of awkwardness, Kay's live performance is much like being invited to her lounge room. The co-ordination that never showed up on any sort of sporting field has made itself known in the form of engaging, narrative songwriting, sung out in soul-bearing fashion. Combining acoustic guitar with a jazz-nuanced folk singing style, Kay has found her own brand of noise, letting the influence of artists such as Darren Hanlon, Katie Noonan and Kate Miller-Heidke add colour to her unique musical makeup.
Playing house concerts and intimate gigs around Australia as well as music festivals nationwide, Kay’s audience is diverse as her repertoire. With lyrics that are practiced in the art of observation, her songs highlight the commonalities between human beings, pulling at them like heartstrings. Creating an intimacy between audience and performer through vulnerability, Kay's live show can be tear jerking, smile inducing and likely to leave you asking 'is this song about me?'
'I started writing songs about what I know and it turned out other people know those things too or are least interested in hearing about them. It's nice to know we can all be emotional, curious and weird together.' - Kay Proudlove
Earning her place amongst Australia's indie-folk darlings, Kay is gaining a steady following of music goers who have a soft spot for a songstress with an honest, heart wrenching voice and an accidentally dry sense of humour.
“Proudlove is the consummate performer, delighting crowds between songs and delivering lyric driven music that is instantly relatable” – Gareth Evan, Timber and Steel
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