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Sarah Pellicano

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Sarah Pellicano is a singer-songwriter and all round musical polymath based in Perth. Pellicano brings her sultry, powerful Florence Welch-influenced vocals and City and Colour inspired lyrics to a range of musical genres from acoustic, hiphop, electronica and drum and bass.

Collaborating with a range of artists such as Creed Birch & Rob Shaker, Rregula & Dementia, Bitter Belief and Gran Calavera as a vocalist and lyricist, as well as performing as a solo artist both acoustically and electronically and as part of bands Lo & Behold and City of Dogs. Pellicano’s latest work is the release of her electronic single, ‘Did You Think’, on the 20th of June with an EP release expected late 2013.

Latest single "Did You Think"

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