With a fire in her soul and a guitar at her side, Siobhan Cotchin is today taking her next step forward as a singer and songwriter, with the release of her EP ‘Miss Reckless’.
Channeling grunge and indie-rock energy from the golden 1990s all the way to the modern day, Siobhan has created a body of work that is as exploratory as it is cohesive. Taking previously acclaimed singles ‘How Does It Feel’, ‘When The Curtains Close’, and the most recent ‘If God Is A Man’, she effortlessly combines powerful lyrical symbolism, with vulnerable & compelling tales of loss, anger, heartbreak & betrayal.
Working collaboratively for the first time, Siobhan was able to take tracks from numerous co-writing sessions including with The Money War, Joel Quatermaine (Eskimo Joe), and Paige Valentine, combining this new-found writing freedom with the skill of producer Sam Ford. The easy process of recording allowed Siobhan to unnerve her vulnerabilities, creating her most compelling work to date. A muse beyond her early-20’s age suggests, Siobhan Cotchin new tracks ‘Cross The Line’ and title-track ‘Miss Reckless’ highlight her tact for nuanced emotions within any situation, a knack for putting pen to paper and helping the listener feel her plight.
Speaking about the new EP, she said, “My new EP 'Miss Reckless' is all about being yourself and rejecting the expectations others place on you. For me, it's an ode to the person I want to be and the confidence I want to exude. Sonically, this EP reflects a step forward in a new direction and I'm super proud of what we've created. I'm really owning this 'rock-chick' energy and I'm having so much fun exploring those heavier sounds.”
Siobhan continued, “This EP was so rewarding and fun to make, and a very easy process. It all came together really easily and it’s honestly my favorite thing the band, Sam Ford and I have created so far! This is also the first time I’m releasing songs I've written with other people and I cannot wait for people to hear them because the writing process was so magical with all of the incredible artists that helped write the songs. I think this EP is a step in a new direction for me and I can’t wait for people to hear the new and improved Siobhan!”
In celebration of her EP release, Siobhan will continue troubadouring across Australia in it’s support. Firstly sharing stages with Kingwood across regional Western Australia, where she had solidly etched a name for herself, before heading further abroad to regional Southern Australia as they continue to share stages night after night. June will then see Cotchin string together a run of headline shows across the East Coast, performing on Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, before a triumphant hometown show at Perth’s iconic The Rosemount.
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