RUBY GILBERT performs the song “OH, BONES”
RUBY GILBERT performs the song “OH, BONES” for BalconyTV.
Ruby Gilbert embraces a moody, gothic-tinged style of songwriter. The Brisbane-based
songstress is an old soul, inspired by the grittiness of Johnny Cash, whilst channelling a
timeless and stylised atmosphere. Her left-of- centre phrasing is unexpected and speaks brutally honest truths. Raw and heart-breaking, her voice evokes an old-time feel, while her lyrics are both strange and endearing.
Ruby draws inspiration from short-lived love affairs, imagined yearnings, betrayal. She
speaks of the lonely and cynical side of heartbreak that no-one likes to speak of or ever think to write about. She captures and vocalises feelings and emotions that make her lyrics deeply relatable. Tales of hardship, woe and lost love.
Ruby and producer, Aaron Shanahan (Sunday), play every instrument on her upcoming
release, which was recorded during a series of improvised, experimental recording sessions in an underground space. Every track is distinctive and darkly appealing.
PRESENTED BY ANDRE ALI
Artist / Band Biography
Producer/Talent Booker:Rachel Forsyth, Sunshine Coast Creatives
Videographer: Byron Silich
Mixed & Recorded by: Brian Goodworth, Figrock Studios
Presenter: Andre Ali
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MEDIA PARTNER: SEA FM
PRODUCTION PARTNER: SUNSHINE COAST CREATIVES
Credit: balconytv.com – June 27, 2018