AUSTRALIA'S SCOTT DARLOW RELEASES 'DOWN LIKE FLIES' OFF HIS HIGHLY PRAISED ALBUM 'SORRY'
When imagining what real Aussie Indigenous rock looks like, Scott Darlow should be what comes to mind. For more than ten years, Darlow has been one of the country's hardest working and most successful independent artists. Scott Darlow is undeniably a fixture of the Australian music landscape. The versatile singer/guitarist/didgeridoo player has released 5 albums, both with his first band "The Darlow Show" and more recently as a solo artist. In 2016, Darlow added yet another landmark album to his catalogue with his 1st solo album, Sorry. A lyrically emotive, musically rocking album that has seen radio embrace 3 singles, and fans and media fall
in love with the record immediately.
Planning to tour South Africa in 2017, Scott releases the brilliant single 'DOWN LIKE FLIES' to Major radio across SA. This was a song Darlow wrote after spending a day mentoring young Aboriginal offenders in a maximum security prison in Western Australia. The song was added to rock networks all over Australia, and also peaked at #6 on Australian country radio airplay charts. Scott will also be touring the States shortly, always at an impressive speed to promote his music and his message.
Boldness has its rewards. To date, Scott Darlow has sold more than 50,000 albums worldwide. Sorry was released on November 11, 2016 and was exclusively premiered by Rolling Stone magazine. THE REVIEW - <---- Stream The Full album Here
"It sets a certain tone. Darlow leaves no space for subtlety on Sorry, spreading his plainspoken prose equally across introspective evaluations and — as expected, given his history as an indigenous activist and World Vision spokesperson — a prominent political edge".
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