Bridget Allan is back with a funky new single called ‘Lifeline’. This song is about having degrading mental health, but having a partner that is helping you through it. It also talks of the help a community can have to the personal sique. Inspired by Hiatus Kaiyote’s new album and the funky basslines of BENEE, Bridget is picking up the energy and is not afraid to do some vocal riffing with new-found confidence. This track dabbles in the styles of r&b, soul, pop, indie pop and jazz fusion. This piece was mixed by Calvin Lauber who is most known for his work with Julien Baker.
Bridget Allan is an indie/jazz-influenced singer-songwriter from the Mornington Peninsula. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Music at the University of Melbourne, specialising in Interactive Composition. She makes all her music on the lands of the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation.
The DIY music video filmed by Bridget at her local beach/area can be found here:
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