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PREMIERE: Oceanique

Thursday 24th October / presented by Taylah Strano

Perth indie-folk sister act Oceanique showcase their raw honesty on debut single Papier Mache.
Hailing from the small south coast town Walpole, the pair intertwine their hometown coastal beauty with sibling intuitive harmonies and tight instrumentation creating this dynamic new track.
Of the track they say "this song means a great deal to us, we started to write Papier Mache after we got a parking fine but then it turned into one of those reflective songs where once it's written you step back and realise it was everything you felt at the time. It's a honest song about being a little bit mean sometimes."

You can catch Oceanique launching their debut single at Clancy's Fish Pub in Fremantle on November 9.

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