Riley Pearce
Riley Pearce
123 Agency presents

Riley Pearce

with Kat Edwards + Harley Mavis
Lansdowne Hotel (Chippendale, NSW)
Friday, 7 September 2018 8:00 PM
23 days away
18 Plus
Music

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Riley Pearce has just released new single‘If I Knew’ and announced that his new EP ‘Eastbound’ will be releasedworldwideAugust 3.

‘If I Knew’ will bethe third single from ‘Eastbound’, following WA Folk Song of the Year 2017 ‘Misplaced’and the recently released‘Elephants’, which has already hit 600,000 streams.

The new EP ‘Eastbound’ will feature five tracks, including two as yet unreleased songs. ‘Eastbound’ will be available digitally August 3, with physical releases slated for August.

Pearce is currently on tour in Europe/UK and will announce Australian homecoming tour dates in Monday August 6.

With 17.7M streams on Spotify alone, signings to Hidden Track in the US and Free Trade Agency in the UK, the 25-year old singer songwriterfrom Perthis set for a huge 2018.

“If I Knew I wrote about my relationship with time but written as if time is a person. I know I’m still young but as I go through life and thingsstart changing around me, it becomes evident that some things happen for the last time and you often don’t realise that at the time, so it’s really about making the most of the time you have.”–Riley Pearce

“Unintentionally all of the songs on Eastboundended up being about a series of different relationships I have in my life. Some with friends, some with my family, my partner, and the passing of my youth. I recorded the EP with Hayden Calnin & Andy Lawson at Debaser Studios and there’s a noticeably andmore definite focus to the production this time. That was a huge part of bringing Hayden on board, I wanted to really bring people into the songs and make them visualise, reflect and daydream about their own relationships and what they meant.”–Riley Pearce