Bonded through heartfelt music and somber themes, Canberra-based Indie-pop act Sesame Girl, have been climbing the ranks to be crowned Canberra’s next national act.
A project by Heather Duncan, Sesame Girl began playing shows in early 2020. Wasting no time at all, they’ve been steadily gaining traction along the east coast supporting the likes of DZ Deathrays, Spacey Jane and Moaning Lisa within a matter of months. Additionally, Sesame Girl have blossomed in the resurgence of live music supporting the likes of You Am I and Grinspoon, playing their hearts out at Spilt Milk festival, and going on to sell out multiple headline shows.
Coming from a DIY background of bedroom pop, the bands recent studio endeavour is their debut EP ‘Lucky Charm’ produced by Fletcher Matthews (Dear Seattle, The Bouys).
Sesame Girl define their influence as both 90s and 80s alt-rock, with contemporary acts such as Beach House, Clairo and Soccer Mommy. Combining this with the band’s themes of heartache, energetic riffs, and dreamy vocals, they are sure to be established amongst the greats.