You’ll be forgiven for thinking that West Australian alt-country/rock singer songwriter Siobhan Cotchin is well beyond her 20-years of age. Honest, raw and real —Siobhan has proven herself to be a talented songwriter. She’s able to simply decode complex human relationships and get listeners right in their feels.
In what seems like lightning speed, Siobhan Cotchin has made her mark on the Australian music scene. Every one of her releases has been played on national radio —on repeat. Her emotive songs have sat at number 2 on the Triple J Roots Chart for a number of weeks and has earnt her serious accolades from some of the music industry’s heavy hitters. Siobhan Cotchin’s live sets have quickly gained momentum, supporting Robert Forster (Go-Betweens), Spacey Jane, Carla Geneve, Abbe May and The Kill Devil Hills.
With a writing style that echoes the effortless musing of Lucinda Williams, laced with inspiration drawn from Bob Dylan, Siobhan’s jangly luminous melodies hover over storytelling lyrics as she effortlessly pulls the listener into a world of introspective self-discovery. A world that’s all her own.
Her heart-hitting writing has already resulted in many wins including West Australian Music Assoc. (WAM) Song of the Year nominee; Winner of Fairbridge & Nannup Music Festival’s Emerging Artist Award, and song of the year with local youth radio station ‘Pirate FM’; Siobhan is an artist to watch. You can be sure, there’s plenty more to come.