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Miss Elm Clean Slate Single Luanch


Sun 4 Aug 2019, 4:00pm–6:30pm

Where: The Milk Factory, 48 Montague Road, South Bank, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: misselmmusic

Ukulele Folk- Pop Princess is back with her new single that is the epitome of all things re-birthed; ‘Clean Slate’. Fiery redhead singer-songwriter Miss Elm, known for her angelic 3 octave range and finalist nomination in the Qld Music Awards, has returned to the scene with her intriguing melodies and stories entwining love, life’s journey and overcoming obstacles with her new stripped back acoustic sound. Her heart-led folk songs are captivating Brisbane’s local acoustic-loving crowds and they’re in for a treat with her new single. With baritone ukulele, booming bass and layered vocals, “Clean Slate" is about forging new paths, listening to your heart and leaving behind the old to embrace the new.

"My feet are glued to the floor, but I know that my heart wants more." - lyrics from "Clean Slate"

Brisbane based Miss Elm, aka Erin Harrington, was born to a plane crash surviving jazz musician and a dramatic actress and thus was destined to creatively express. In another lifetime, Miss Elm was a 4 piece band that toured Australia's East Coast but wiping her slate clean, Miss Elm comes back to the basics in her new solo ukulele project . ‘Clean Slate’ will be out digitally on the 4th of August and accompanied by a live show at The Milk Factory, 4pm, 4th August.


Supported by Nicole McKinney.
21-yr old Nicole McKinney is a Sunshine Coast folk singer/songwriter who has always had the ability to captivate audiences with her unique voice and timeless catchy melodies. Nicole draws inspiration from contemporary folk/pop artists such as Missy Higgins, Angus and Julia Stone and First Aid Kit. Nicole’s well crafted melodies are only to be rivalled by her strong distinctive voice. Having played around the Sunshine Coast/ Brisbane gig circuit for a few years she is quickly developing a distinctive sound in the Brisbane music scene with an ever growing fan base

Doors open 4pm.