Sarah Blasko writes songs that strike with rare immediacy, clarity and purpose. Melodies beguilingly simple, lyrics honest and direct. Music steeped in atmosphere and mood. 

Now six albums and fifteen years into her solo career, Blasko has reached rarefied status. From the now-classic debut 'The Overture & The Underscore' (2004) through to the stunning synth-laden 'Depth Of Field ' (2018), her six-album run of genre-defining indie-rock and art-pop is unparalleled. Her iconic third album ‘As Day Follows Night’ was named one of the top 20 Australian albums of all time. Over her career she’s won three ARIA Awards, been nominated on four occasions for the Australian Music Prize and won Triple J’s Album Of The Year. She was the recipient of the 2018 Sidney Myer Fellowship and has worked with the Bulgarian Symphony Orchestras, Bell Shakespeare Company, the Sydney Dance Company, renowned Australian artist Del Katherine Barton (On her award winning film “The Nightingale & The Rose) as well as directors Brendan Cowell and Luke Eve.

For those familiar with her work, it may come as a surprise that Blasko’s most recent album 'Depth of Field' is the first in Blasko’s storied career recorded entirely in her home-town of Sydney. 

Indeed, much of 'Depth of Field' was written and recorded during a two-week period as artist in residence at the Campbelltown Arts Centre, a community arts organisation in the western outreaches of Sydney. Campbelltown allowed Blasko and her band to explore the influence of a space on the song-process. Away from prying eyes, under bright lights and on a theatre stage with resonance and ambience, she and her band captured performances of warmth, sensitivity and power.