Since releasing her first bedroom recording in 2017, Hedy Blaazer has been busy. She’s released two EP’s and a studio single, formed a duo with her good mate Marcella on the fiddle, moved away from her hometown Canberra and made a new home in Sydney, changed her name (RIP h.), and kept playing her unique brand of alternative folk, on stages big and small, from Sydney to Melbourne, to anyone who will listen. This winter she returns to her roots with the release of a self-recorded two-song cassette tape, and a mini tour to celebrate this release. Third stop of the tour will be Thirroul on the 30th of June at Franks Wild Years. Opening the night will be folk/blues duo Ghostgum followed by electronic/folk fusion from Emily Duncan.