Frontier Touring & Chugg Entertainment Present
THOMAS HEADON With Special Guest Kirsten Salty
Rising singer-songwriter Thomas Headon plays his first ever dates at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory on Sunday 11 April, performing early and late sets.
The London-based artist will delve into his already impressive catalogue with songs like ‘Butterflies’, ‘Clean Me Up’, which has close to 9 million streams on Spotify alone, and ‘Loving You’, which premiered on triple j's Home and Hosed, scoring a 5-star review from the entire Unearthed team.
Since he started posting covers on YouTube as a teenager, Headon has garnered a dedicated and growing legion of fans around the world, and with his latest single ‘Bored’ already making waves globally, the young artist is on an incredible upward trajectory.
He cites Rex Orange County, The 1975, Tyler The Creator and Harry Styles as influences, but Headon is well and truly carving out his own path. Catch this indie-pop sensation live in action when he plays Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory next month!
Kirsten Salty is destined to make waves with her moody mix of bold R&B and sophisticated pop.
Hailing from the Sydney, the 20-year-old drawn inspiration from a diverse range of artists she admires, from the likes of icons Gwen Stefani and Kylie Minogue to daring femme fatale’s Summer Walker, Doja Cat and Lennon Stella, and local trend setters Tkay Maidza and BENEE, Kirsten describes her ‘Salty’ alter ego as ‘Controlled Chaos’.
STANDING + DANCING now permitted at OAF!
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