SEEKER LOVER KEEPER
Seeker Lover Keeper
When this much talent gets together, can the whole be greater than the sum of the parts?
Last year gal pals Sarah Blasko, Sally Seltmann and Holly Throsby decided to take a break from their busy solo careers and record an album together, decamping to New York City to lay down a 12-song suite of demos (four each) they’d traded via email and polished in Throsby’s backyard.
“Rest your head on my shoulder,
And I’ll take care of your worries.
It was you who promised this to me,
It was you who offered me courage.”
Three beautiful voices blend and rise to sing a song of united spirit, of steadfast comfort, of shared purpose; a song to sing around the piano, a folk gospel number that could have emanated from the McGarrigle sisters’ songbook.
The song is called Rest Your Head on My Shoulder, the final track on the self-titled debut album for Seeker Lover Keeper. And the voices belong to three of this country’s finest singer/songwriters — Sarah Blasko, Holly Throsby and Sally Seltmann.
Name: Seeker Lover Keeper
Origin: Somewhere between Sydney and Melbourne, Australia
Cotton-soft vocals, summoning melodies and dreamy nostalgia make Seeker Lover Keeper unique… and that’s before we’ve even told you who’s in the band.