Today is ticket release day, here are our tour dates! We will be hitting the road for a NSW regional tour June 25th till 11th July so grab your tickets now here: 


Friday 25th June ~ Smokey Dan's ~ Tomakin NSW 

Saturday 26th June ~ Troubadour Folk Club ~ Woy Woy NSW 

Sunday 27th June ~ Orange Cultural Centre ~ Orange NSW 

Thursday 1st July ~ The Royal Exchange ~ Newcastle NSW 

Friday 2nd July ~ Wauchope Arts Centre ~ Wauchope NSW 

Saturday 3rd July ~ McCrossin's Mill ~ Uralla NSW 

Sunday 4th July ~ Dorrigo Community Centre ~ Dorrigo NSW 

Thursday 8th July ~ The Music Lounge ~ Wollongong NSW 

Friday 9th July ~ Penrose Community Hall ~ Penrose NSW 

Saturday 10th July ~ Bowral Bowling Club ~ Bowral NSW 

Sunday 11th July ~ The Lush Factory ~ Tilba Tilba NSW 

We will also be releasing the first track from our new set of singles, Open Heart Sessions, recorded live with Shane Nicholson. Our first song will be "How Am I Supposed To Be A Mother", written by Melanie and recorded on Mother's Day. To be the first to hear hop on over to our website (while buying your show tickets :P) and subscribe to our newsletter, we'll update you with the single link next week and other good news. 

Thanks to the super team who have pulled this tour together, our booking agent Amy Laidlaw at I Hear Django, Joel Spooner at JNS Management, Tom Inglis and our new team at Origin Records... yes, so excited to be bringing this new music and playing live to you! 

Pass it along to all your friends in these towns, thank you! If you'd like to help put up posters send us a DM! 

x The New Graces (Melanie, Robyn, Kate) 

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We have a new single today! Farmer’s Daughter, please share and call your favourite radio station to have it added to the playlist! Enjoy 

Four times Toyota Golden Guitar Nominated trio The New Graces release Farmer's Daughter from the album Seasons to radio and streaming services today. Written by Robyn Martin who says, "This song is my story. It’s an untangling process of working out who I am and what it means to grow up as a woman in a fourth generation white farming family in Australia".Like most farming families, my parents shared farming and parenting work. In the opening lines of this song I wanted to highlight my Mum’s physical strength and practical savvy, and also how much I value the nurturing side of my Dad. 

The farm was just east of Ceduna SA, the area that Coloured Stone (one of Australia’s first mainstream charting Indigenous Bands) hailed from. 

When the family farm was sold I was strongly aware of my connection to that place, with the pile of limestone remains of my great grandparents house in the back paddock. It got me thinking about what that connection to place must feel like when it dates back tens of thousands of years. With me in line for a financial inheritance and the local Indigenous community living mostly in share houses in town, I was left with some questions about how we move this forward. 

The fifth single to be lifted from the critically acclaimed album Seasons, Bringing an evocative, warm, and harmonic sound to the Australian country music landscape

Our new single! Get it on Itunes or any other service here:



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