Arvos with Grace and Al
Facilitating a public cry on the treadmill is not the accolade artists usually strive for when releasing a debut record, but Babitha has climbed to those heights and then some with her viscerally optimistic Brighter Side of Blue.
Celebrating the release of her expansive new album PRE PLEASURE, Julia Jacklin made her hotly anticipated return to the FBi studio to chat with Grace and Al about the long ascent to her most authentic work yet.
Isle of Wight two-piece Wet Leg are taking the world by storm. From picking their band name through random emoji combinations in 2019, to now playing Glastonbury and making their way to Australia for Splendour in the Grass, their meteoric rise doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon.
Yolŋu surf-rock legends King Stingray have their feet on the ground and eyes set squarely ahead in spite of a meteoric 12 months. Founding member and guitarists Roy Kellaway caught up with Grace and Al on Arvos last week to talk through where King Stingray are from and where they’re heading.
Mere Women’s Amy Wilson talks riverside cottages, evening swims, wine, astrology and mystic tapestries, to mark the release of their latest album, ‘Romantic Notions’.
The myth, the man – Paul Kelly chats to Grace about classic poetry, keeping his finger on the pulse four decades on and his 24th(!!!) album ‘Nature’