Dew Process are elated to announce the fresh signing of Melbourne songbird Gossling to their esteemed roster. Since releasing her first EP in 2009, her distinctive voice has been resonating across the country, quietly winning hearts along the way. Now on her third release, Gossling’s sweet tone and sharp lyrics have seen her tour four times nationally, with knock-out sets at festivals such as Splendour In The Grass thrown in for good measure.
From her guest vocal on 360’s four-times platinum and ARIA-nominated ‘Boys Like You’ to the household-known Woolworths jingle ‘Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday’, Gossling has a voice everyone wants a piece of. Now calling Dew Process home, Gossling sits alongside revered artists such as Sarah Blasko, Bernard Fanning, The Grates, The Panics and Mumford & Sons.
"Helen is one of those rare artists where her personality and warmth make her wonderful music make all the more sense,” says Paul Piticco, Managing Director of Dew Process.
“We have been admiring her work for some time now from afar and now we are very proud to welcome her as newest part of the dew process cooperative. We are thoroughly intrigued and excited by what will happen next!”
As festival season approaches Gossling’s year is far from over, with the likes of Brigalow Beatz, Pyramid Rock Festival, Gorgeous Festival, Mullum Music Festival and Peats Ridge making room for her on their bills.
Gossling’s third EP “Intentional Living”, featuring triple j favourite ‘Wild Love’, is out now.
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Bernard Fanning offers up ‘GROW AROUND YOU’ lifted from his latest #1 album Departures. Berneard and his band will be stopping by the Fotty Show AFL Grand Final show on Thursday 26th September for a special televised headline-performance.
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