Friday Nights at Italian Masterpieces – The Audrey’s (duo)

Tomorrow night The Audrey’s (duo) will be performing in the Great Hall for Friday Nights at Italian Masterpieces. Here, we asked them a few questions about music and art. Book tickets now.

 

Describe your sound in 5 words or less?

Girl Sings, Guy Plays Guitar

 

If your music was an artwork what would it look like?

“The Scream” by Edvard Munch…only joking, maybe Gauguin’s “Spirit of the Dead Keeps Watch”

 

Who’s your favourite artist/artwork?

“American Gothic” by Grant Wood

 

What’s your favourite gig you have played to date?

That’s tough – who knows, maybe it’ll be this one at the NGV???

 

What inspires/influences your music the most?

All the good and not so good people we come across out there in the world.

 

What song do you wish you wrote?

Nick Cave’s “Red Right Hand” – sweeping grandeur, high themes, and just think of the film sync dollars!

 

What part of making music excites you the most?

That’s a easy one – putting on a show!

 

What can a punter expect from your live show?

Girl singing, guy playing guitar

 

Tell us about the last song you wrote?

Well, it was for a kids project and involved a frog who could jump a really, really long way.

 

The collection of the Spanish royal family formed the basis of the Prado Museum collection. If you could develop a collection including any artists past or present, who would be your top three?

Nick Cave’s ephemera, Kurt Vonnegut’s drawings and Dennis Potter’s photos.

 

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