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  • PUBLISHED Sep 24, 2014

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    Sep 24 2014
  • THIS VIDEO

    507 Views
    201 Votes
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  • PEAK CHART RANK

    32 th Overall
    10/25/14
    1 st Brisbane
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JACK CARTY performs the song "BE LIKE THE WATER" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY RACHEL

Time flies, and increasingly, so does Jack Carty. It’s been four years since his debut EP Wine & Consequence and his unassuming arrival on the Australian music scene, but certainly not time misspent. It’s seen the release of two full length albums - 2011’s One Thousand Origami Birds quickly followed by 2012’s Break Your Own Heart – and a collaborative EP with Sydney based man-of-mystery Casual Psychotic in 2013 titled The Predictable Crisis Of Modern Life showcasing a darker and more experimental side to Carty’s writing away from his indie-folk roots.

Beyond the record releases and extensive touring nationally and internationally: festivals ensued, songs were added to soundtracks, the critical acclaim piled up and bucket list items like top five accolades in the APRA Professional Development Awards, showcases at SXSW and Canadian Music Week showcases and a MusicOz award were effortlessly added to his resume.
Now, following three solid years of travel, tours and no fixed address, Carty has finished a new album grounded in ideas of process and time whilst sounding like an artist who knows exactly what he wants.

http://www.jackcarty.com

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