Le Pie Releases First Ever Vinyl for Record Store Day Featuring Two New Tracks
Since releasing her debut single 'Secrets' in January of 2015 and immediately establishing her signature grunge-meets-'60s girl group sound, the indie pop chanteuse's momentum has yet to slow down.
From the moment that thundering drum intro reached the airwaves, 'Secrets' and Le Pie quickly became a favourite of Australian radio institutions, Triple J and FBI Radio - both championing her as one of their favourite new Australian artists. That initial success continued throughout the year with four separate singles scoring Triple J play. 'Secrets' also achieve the miraculous feats of being crowned FBI's number one most played song for 2015 and the third most played song on Triple J Unearthed.
The release of her self-written and performed debut EP, and he said honey, you look so fine, saw Le Pie perform to thousands of new fans, selling out shows on her debut East Coast tour, and playing festival slots at Big Sound, Fairgrounds, and Festival Of The Sun.
Features with international tastemakers including Channel V, Rage, Rolling Stone, Hhhhappy, Who The Hell and Music Feeds and a viral stream that has seen her clock up over half a million plays on Spotify, all added to the well-deserved hype.
In 2016 she followed that momentum with the release of brand-new party track 'Up All Night', and true to her DIY nature, she paired it with a self-written and directed film clip. Le Pie wrapped up 2016 featuring on the cover of The Music and headlining the all-femalefestival, Sad Girrls Fest.
Le Pie's 2017 sophomore EP, Sad Girl Theory didn't disappoint those who had already fallen in love with her sound. Written by Le Pie and co-produced by Le Pie and Tim Carr,Sad Girl Theory showcased a bolder and more refined sound. Layered vocal harmonies and catchy pop hooks are set to the reverb and distortion-drenched guitars we have come to know and love from Le Pie.
Full of deeply personal lyrics, Sad Girl Theory is a journey into Le Pie's experience of motherhood, marriage and the realities of contemporary relationships.