Shelley Segal has new music for 2015 with her ‘Strange Feeling’ EP.
Segal gave fans an initial taste of the EP via the song ‘Sidelined’, a frank account about self-image and perception.
Shelley Segal has been a developing artist on not only the Australian live scene but also in the USA. She has collaborated with Adam Levy from Norah Jones’ band as well as Carl Cox on his track ‘Chemistry’.
Shelley describes herself as “an extreme storyteller”.
Watch Shelley Segal perform Background Noises at Noise11.com.
Shelley Segal dates
April 29, Albury, The Albion Hotel
May 1 and 22, Melbourne, Collins Square Docklands
May 24, Oakleigh, The Caravan Club
May 30, Northcote, Northcote Social Club
July 3, Northcote, Wesley Anne
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