These Idle Hands are stoked to be nominated for the Release of the Year for their album Meraki.
Exploring themes of relationship breakdowns, disenchantment, forgiveness and gratitude towards family, Meraki is the expansive collective’s follow-up to 2020’s critically-acclaimed debut Petrichor.
Building upon songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Murray Webber’s deeply resonant vocals and heartbreaking lyrics, These Idle Hands conjure a beautiful album, uplifted by haunting orchestration and enchanting backing vocals.
Following on from their highly impressive mid 2020 release, ‘Petrichor’, multi-faceted alt-folk collective These Idle Hands have once again alighted onto the musical landscape with a sweeping, eleven track song-suite which goes by the name of ‘Meraki’.
Every now and then, some music comes into my life that makes me stop and appreciate just how magic music really is. Every now and then, I am near lost for words because a piece of music touches me so deeply, so emotionally, that I cry. I sit and I cry while I listen.
With ‘Petrichor’, These Idle Hands have crafted a richly rewarding song-suite. This is music, much like fine wine, to be imbibed and savoured within the shadowy twilight of self-reflection and contemplation, rewarding aplenty those seeking an emotionally resonant listening experience.
Petrichor puts the band’s penchant for illustrative balladry and introspective songwriting front and centre, melding soaring violin melodies with bellowing double bass amidst a striking palette of sonic elements.
Here’s a little taste of a song called ‘Jerusalem Creek’ on our upcoming album. In the meantime you can catch us on the radio with Matt Webber 91.7 ABC Coast FM Friday after 10am. I’ll be chatting about our latest release’Just Maybe’ amongst other things These Idle Hands. 😊❤️
Here it is folks!!! Our second single ’Just Maybe’ We’d be stoked if you could add this to a playlist or share it with your friends. This would please the music robot gods greatly & hopefully put us in good favour. Huge thanks to Scotty French @ Love St Studio’s & Paul Blakey @ 12th & Vine Post Production for their amazing work on this track. Hope you enjoy 🙏😊❤️
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We’re stoked to announce that our second single “just maybe“ is set for release on all streaming platforms on the 28th April. Huge thanks to French Butler @ Love St Studio & Paul Blakey @ 12th & Vine Post production for their amazing work.