Hailing from New Zealand’s Southern port town of Lyttelton, Aldous Harding digs deep into classic folk music with her acoustic-based brooding songs. Her music is utterly captivating, yet melancholy and bleak; the arrangements are delicate, simple, and elegant - with subtle harmonies, perhaps a touch of fiddle or keyboard, supporting acoustic guitar and Harding’s haunting voice. Hear the New Zealand singer-songwriter perform fragile & intense songs in the studio.
"Stop your Tears"
'What If Birds Aren’t Singing, They’re Screaming"