Let yourself be carried away by this new song from Adelaide songwriter Naomi Keyte, the first single since her debut album release,Melaleuca (2017), that saw Keyte nominated for Best Folk, Best Female Artist and Best Release at the 2017 South Australian Music Awards.
“The song tells the story of loving someone perpetually on the move. It speaks to the push/pull of a relationship in transition, of lingering hope and of reckoning with the unknown.”
‘Travelling Women’ gently unfurls across four and a half minutes, adding layers of instrumentation and backing vocals from Katie Pomery that interweave, echo and reply to her song of. There’s both an earthy and ethereal purity to Keyte’s voice, draped in a beautiful melancholia that suits the song perfectly. If you’re a fan of Tiny Ruins and Nadia Reid this will most certainly another name to add to your list of favourites.