Byron based singer songwriter Nidala Barker reveals her latest upbeat heartwarmer, Said Too Much. NIDALA deep dives into modern love and authentic expression on new single Said Too Much + pre-orders available for her debut carbon neutral EP, Colours Of My People.

This EP is a departure from the artist’s notable stripped back ballads, and presents an exciting shift towards the danceable expanse of the indie folk genre. NIDALA says she is thrilled to also announce that her debut, carbon neutral EP will soon be with us through LUSTRE on Thursday 2 September with pre-orders now available via Bandcamp.

NIDALA’s music navigates modern juxtapositions of identity, self-expression and human connection through an intersectional lens as a proud French-Aboriginal Djugun woman, artist and activist. Out today, ‘Said Too Much’ leaves the lethargic introspection of previous single One of Those Days for activating rhythms and deeply cathartic melodies that cement Nidala Barker as a leading voice of the next generation of Australia’s great songwriters.

The EP is driven by Barker’s relentless hope in humanity and her staunch activism as a protector and carer of Country. NIDALA recently spoke and performed as part of a special NAIDOC week Instagram takeover of sustainable clothing brand, Spell to promote the EP to their one million+ followers. Coinciding with this year’s Heal Country NAIDOC theme, the vision of NIDALA’s ambitious release could not be more necessary nor timely.

By pre-ordering Colours of My People, you will be directly contributing to help heal Country with 20 per cent of all the EP’s proceeds dedicated to planting trees and a further 20 per cent towards funding Indigenous run initiatives such as mental health services and creative mentoring.

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