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Following on from a unbelievable six months since her breakout single Chasing Butterflies took over the airfares, Adelaide’s MANE will unleash her new single ‘Save Yourself’ next week, premiered via triple j ‘good nights’ on Monday October 1st ahead of it’s official release on the 3rd, which will also see the announcement of her only 2018 headline tour, supported by Pinkish Blu.

‘Love that opening chord. From there, it only gets better. Great vocal, really seductive playing and sounds dropping in and out, and the song manages to be both dark and uplifting. Not an easy combo to pull off. Nice work.’ – Richard Kingsmill, triple j

With a haunting and high energy live set, MANE’s explosive indie pop is something that has to be seen to be fully believed. Reviews have compared her to Florence and the Machine and Lorde, with the parallels drawn between the bold vocals and catchy tunes to sing and dance along to. Having toured nationally with KINGSWOOD, played Groovin the Moo, Spin Off, Bigsound and Brisbane Festival and set to perform alongside The Kooks, Last Dinosaurs and Winston Surfshirt at the inaugural Beach Life festival in Adelaide later this year, the live show has gone from strength to strength, and you can’t help but have a great time when MANE’s performing.

‘MANE…with a mixture of deep looming vocals, comparable to the likes of Lorde.’ – Live review, AMNPLIFY

Paige Court, the powerhouse behind the MANE moniker said that ‘Save Yourself was written to channel the difficulty of watching someone make the same mistakes over and over again while becoming really expectant of the people around them to pick up the mess. As someone who deeply cares about that person it’s hard to walk away from that’ She goes on to explain ‘You don’t want to enable them but you also don’t want them to feel abandoned. When it becomes detrimental to your well being the solution becomes pretty obvious though. Having gone through a self destructive cycle myself the song really resonates with me on both sides of the story now’. The second of her singles recorded with Tony Buchen (The Preatures, Mansionair and Montaigne) in LA and mastered by Brian Lucey (The shins, Artic monkeys, The Black Keys) it’s seen a clear step up in the direction and production detail. Take a listen for yourself.


With support from Pinkish Blue

November 2nd – Yah Yahs, Melbourne

November 9th – Rocket Bar, Adelaide* TICKETS

November 10th – Nightquarter, Gold Coast^

November 15th – RAD Bar, Wollongong* TICKETS

November 17th – Golden Age Cinema, Sydney

November 18th – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle^

*tickets go on sale Wednesday October 3rd. ^ – Pinkish Blu not appearing

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