Fletch | Son of a Gun

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Son of a Gun

by Fletch

Fletch's music is a loose, textural exploration of alternative folk.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Son of a Gun (feat. Eliza Pickard)
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Fletch is a flute playing, songwriting guitarist from the Gold Coast. He likes to explore the textural side of open string tunings with a steady thumb and a lively little finger. It is a little bit folk, a little bit blues with a touch of melancholy and plenty of melody.

Fletch is currently studying popular music at university and is writing lots of music for his new band The Cold Ghost. The songs are a sort of calving of the mind, an extraction of the soul. With a blend of brooding slow tempos and thick luscious chords, the music explores the grey regions between light and dark, the contemplating and the unsure.

There is sonic interplay between the fingerpicking guitar, loose drums, trippy electric guitar and backing harmonies, creating an hypnotic soundscape for Fletch's vocals to muse about life as it is, could have been or never will be.

His last album 'Fletch's Anecdote' was funded by the Australia Council and is based around the strange but true story of William Lane who led a group of disillusioned Australians to Paraguay to set up a utopian society they called 'New Australia'.

Fletch and the Cold Ghost are just in the midst of playing their first shows in Brisbane and the Gold Coast as part of the Griffith University's SEED program. There are going to be some great new things to come in the months ahead.

Keep you ears and mind open.



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