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🇦🇺 Kate Miller-Heidke releases new album ‘Child In Reverse’

She brought us to new heights in 2019 with her pop-opera entry ‘Zero Gravity’, giving her country Australia an impressive 9th place. Now, Kate Miller-Heidke is back with more music for us to enjoy!

Pop or opera?

While Kate is classically trained, this album proves that she does not have to stick to it to succeed. It certainly leans more towards pop, but that does not take away that it has a particular sound to it. Previously released songs like ‘Deluded’, and ‘A Quiet Voice‘ set the tone for the rest of the album, creating a mix of minimalist pop and a sound that uniquely reminds fans of Kate Miller-Heidke.

Furthermore, fans can look forward to hearing Kate collaborate with different artists. Australian artist Mallrat is featured on the song ‘Simpatico’ and other names include Hailey Collier and Evan Klar. Check out the full via these streaming platforms:

Spotify

Apple Music

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Kate Miller-Heidke at the Eurovision Song Contest

Last year, Kate Miller-Heidke participated in the first ever edition of Eurovision – Australia Decides in which she took victory with her pop-opera track “Zero Gravity”. As a result, she represented her nation at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest with arguably the most technologically-advanced stage performance ever seen on a Eurovision stage. And don’t forget about those extraordinary vocals!

Europe was impressed, awarding Kate and Australia 1st place in the first semi-final and 9th place in the grand final. Relive the memorable performance from Tel Aviv below:

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