FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS – Lisa Caruso

"Lisa Caruso has a stunning voice and the vocal lines [here] are so unconventional that you can’t help but take notice... It’s epic in all the right places and never feels overwrought. It’s so great to hear such genuinely interesting pop music." - Double J

Previously described by Double J as ‘genuinely interesting pop music’ after a stunning first release, Sydney Artist Lisa Caruso has since been writing a wealth of songs more raw and bolder than before. Tapping into a personal desire to state blunt truths about people and society, there’s a uniqueness to her songwriting and painfully heartbreaking vocal which has always captured an audiences attention. Taking influence from her own honest book, as well as ‘don’t give a damn’ female Indie artists including PJ Harvey and Cat Power, Caruso has now gone electric and is using spoken word amidst her intensely fast vibrato and soaring vocals. Speaking stories of ill health, and relationships wretched and kind, and one in the same, Lisa Caruso is looking forward to conceptually placing her new moody gamut of work outside of her diary and onto a rocking, tear jerking new record.

Visit Lisa’s Facebook | InstagramSoundCloud | Triple J Unearthed | YouTube

This year we have also organised Food Trucks as part of our Friday Night Lights series so you will have a chance to indulge on various food while enjoying the great sounds – this week, come along and enjoy delicious bites from Despaña Food Truck.

FREE!

  • Friday, May 26 2017 5:30pm

Previously described by Double J as ‘genuinely interesting pop music’ after a stunning first release, Sydney Artist Lisa Caruso has since been writing a wealth of songs more raw and bolder than before. Tapping into a personal desire to state blunt truths about people and society, there’s a uniqueness to her songwriting and painfully heartbreaking vocal which has always captured an audiences attention. Taking influence from her own honest book, as well as ‘don’t give a damn’ female Indie artists including PJ Harvey and Cat Power, Caruso has now gone electric and is using spoken word amidst her intensely fast vibrato and soaring vocals. Speaking stories of ill health, and relationships wretched and kind, and one in the same, Lisa Caruso is looking forward to conceptually placing her new moody gamut of work outside of her diary and onto a rocking, tear jerking new record.

Visit Lisa’s Facebook | InstagramSoundCloud | Triple J Unearthed | YouTube

This year we have also organised Food Trucks as part of our Friday Night Lights series so you will have a chance to indulge on various food while enjoying the great sounds – this week, come along and enjoy delicious bites from Despaña Food Truck.

FREE!

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