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Updating the sounds of the 1990s for the 21st century, Hatchie's dreamy pop blends the widescreen sound of acts like Cocteau Twins with the hooky vulnerability of Natalie Imbruglia. The Australian singer/songwriter introduced her fuzzy shoegaze guitars, soaring choruses, and down-to-earth lyrics with singles she collected on her 2018 debut EP, Sugar & Spice, then broadened her style on 2019's Keepsake. with 2022's Giving the World Away, she added more emotional maturity and touches of dance music to her sound. Hailing from Brisbane, the artist born Harriette Pilbeam started singing as a child, later learning guitar and bass in her teen years. The multi-instrumentalist would also add piano and clarinet to her résumé. In college, she studied entertainment, music, and management before pursuing live music as a creative outlet. In addition to her work with bands like Go Violets and Babaganouj, Pilbeam also wrote for her solo project, Hatchie, which was her family nickname. Influenced by Cocteau Twins, the Sundays, Kate Bush, Lush, Nic Hessler, and Kylie Minogue, Hatchie released her debut, "Try," in May 2017. Garnering significant attention in her native Australia, she signed with Ivy League Records; that November, the label released the single "Sure," which scored a remix from Cocteau Twins' Robin Guthrie. In May 2018, she released the "Sugar & Spice" single, which landed on her debut EP Sugar & Spice (Double Double Whammy). Produced by Joe Agius (of the Creases and RINSE) and John Castle (Cub Sport), Sugar & Spice featured her three previously released singles as well as two additional tracks. That October, she also issued the track "Adored" as a part of Adult Swim's singles series. To make her debut album Keepsake, Hatchie worked with Castle in a Melbourne home studio and expanded her range to include hints of new wave and electronic music as well as dream pop. Double Double Whammy released Keepsake in June 2019. Peaking at number 25 on the Australian charts, the album earned critical acclaim and was nominated for the J Award for Australian Album of the Year by the radio station Triple J; in addition, Hatchie was nominated for Breakthrough Independent Artist by the Australian Independent Records (AIR) Awards. In 2020, Hatchie covered the Jesus and Mary Chain's "Sometimes Always" with the Pains of Being Pure at Heart, then collaborated with RINSE on the track "Back Into Your Arms" from the 2021 album Wherever I Am. Hatchie signed to Secretly Canadian that year, and after appearing on Swim Deep's 2022 EP Familiarise Yourself with the Closest Exit, she issued her second album Giving the World Away that April. Produced by Jorge Elbrecht and featuring Beach House percussionist James Barone, the album found Hatchie writing songs about gratitude and imposter syndrome while adding touches of trip-hop and acid house to her sound.
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