One thing 2020 has not lacked was history making events. It has been an ASTOUNDING year, and [**SPOILER ALERT**] we've probably not even seen the worst of it.  But, good news -- one thing we don't have to wait on is new music from Steve Kilbey.  The artist's superb songwriting skills and effervescent personality are on display in his new album for 2020, "Eleven Women". 

His first solo release for an astoundingly creative year reveals a dazzling array of songs brimming with ideas, personality & zest. The collection is at once whimsical yet personal, and in a masterful sleight of hand Kilbey’s Eleven Women are not quite as one might expect.

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The album leads us through a shimmering whirlwind of encounters. After the disarming love song Baby Poe we are plunged headlong into the dark world of Doris McAllister, an evil witch who takes us ‘by the bells’. We are regaled by the Celtic wistfulness of Josephine as she forbearingly awaits her ‘wine & roses’ while Birdeen, a greedy lorikeet with a sweet tooth, beguiles us with infectious bounce & colour.
Eleven Women is full of melodic invention & lyrical surprises. Singling out tracks for special mention is frankly impossible since this album consists entirely of highlights. Amongst these bijous however the timelessly beautiful Think of You shines brightly. This song has the unmistakeable stamp of eternity & evokes a sense of having existed since music began.

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