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Australia's Award-Winning Folkies Corn Nut Creek Release 'Home On Earth' From Upcoming Album

By Stevie Connor.

Home on Earth, the new single from Corn Nut Creek, was inspired by the highs and lows of going on tour, then coming home desperately needing to feel grounded. It originated as a poem highlighting the profound effect and positive influence that the natural world has on us. The banjo and fiddle paint scenes of flower gardens and hands that dig deep into the soil, reconnecting to ourselves and the land. This track is part of their first full album 'Into Light', which is set to release in late 2023.

Speaking about Home on Earth, Corn Nut Creek said, “The song deals with themes of mental health, which is something that's always been important to us on a very personal level.”

Tanya added, “I hope this song helps people to see that these ups and downs we experience are really normal. It's ok to hide yourself away sometimes if that's what you need to do because you'll emerge stronger, brighter and better than before.”


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Corn Nut Creek (USA/AU) are award-winning folkies hailing from New York and Melbourne. Their spellbinding songs draw from Appalachian roots and will transport you with lush three-part vocal harmonies and toe-tapping fiddle and banjo.

Danielle Vita and Tanya Bradley are storytellers, bound together through sisterhood and song. They were finalists and awarded Jurors Top Five in the 2020 Blues and Roots Radio International Song Competition. Danielle Vita also took first place prize in the vocal category of the 2020 Deer Creek Fiddler's Convention (USA).

Tanya Bradley is a highly respected multi-instrumentalist who has performed across various genres all over Australia and overseas. They met over 10 years ago in Hong Kong and have been inseparable ever since.

They can often be found playing in trio format with award-winning Australian bassist and singer Kimberley Wheeler. Their debut EP was featured on Felicity Urquhart’s ‘Saturday Night Country’ on the ABC, as well as Mike Kear’s Music From Foggy Hollow on Bluegrass Country Radio. They have also appeared on Charles Christian’s Americana Radio Show (UK), The Brad Kolodner Old Time Jam (USA), Michael Park’s International Americana Show (USA), among many others. They will be embarking upon an Australian tour as well as releasing their first full-length album.



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