The much awaited new album from Jenny Biddle has arrived!
It’s now available WorldWide on Spotify, iTunes and more.
In her most flavoursome of albums, this wild assortment of originals includes funky blues grooves, banjo plucking roots, pensive piano ballads, down-to-earth country vibes, that old sweet folk tang of existential crisis, and a random anti-gospel gospel song to keep you guessing.
Written from the rollercoaster of life, Jenny has ventured into eclectic waters for her 6th album. Wild & Free is an album about the quest to find freedom; freedom from old haunts, ghosts, old beliefs, societal norms, city slickin’ styles, loneliness, and facing demons and dancin’ while you do it. In the title track she exclaims “I wonder who I’d be when I’m wild and when I’m free… I wonder who I’d be, who could I be?”
With sounds akin to Tracy Chapman, John Mayer, Kasey Chambers, Ben Folds, & Missy Higgins, our multi-talented artist played acoustic & electric guitars, banjo, harmonica, piano/keys, mandolin, and organ/synths, with magic from drummer Michael Quigley, sexy backing vocals from Melinda Jackson & Miranda Murphy, and driving bass and tasty slide/lead guitars from Sean Carey. A song for every mood.
To add icing to the cake, this is the first time Jenny has painted her own front cover for the album. Music and graphics combined to create “Wild & Free”.
- Gifts and Words
- Wild and Free
- Years and Years
- With Me
- Pretty Face
- Down with Your Soul
- Believe in Yourself
- Mildew Blues
- A Flare in the Night
Jenny Biddle: vocals, acoustic/electric/lead guitars, piano, harmonica, organ/synths, banjo, mandolin
Sean Carey: bass, percussion, electric guitars, backing vocals
Michael Quigley: drums
Backing vocals on Believe in Yourself & Mildew Blues by Mel Jackson & Miranda Murphy
All songs composed by Jenny Biddle
Recorded & Mixed & Produced by Sean Carey at Church Street Studios, Camperdown, NSW, Australia
Mastering by Kathy Naunton dB Mastering
Album Arwtork by Jenny Biddle (with a little magic from Gwendolyn)
D McCue Font by Douglas McCure Jr, Room 122 Media
Photography: Gavin Liddle