Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Didirri “Fall” (2016)

For alt-folk artist Didirri, the next few months are going to be pretty jam-packed. Kicking off a national run of tour dates in support of Jordie Lane tonight in Melbourne, the young artist is set to be touring right through until the end of the year, when he caps 2016 off with an appearance at Woodford.

The Warrnambool export has been turning heads recently – his Live On Swanson Street EP (released earlier this year) was embraced favourably and on the live front, Didirri’s presence is one more people are beginning to flock to. Clearly, he’s aiming upward and looking ahead to a promising 2017 and well, we can’t wait to see what’s in store.

Today, we’re sharing Didirri’s new music video for his single “Fall” – backed by his four piece band and a choir, the musician is filmed live in an immersive 360 experience. The combination of 360 video and audio offers the viewer a different way of accessing the music video and in a way, brings us closer to the action.

Check it out below!


Supporting Jordie Lane…

October 28th | Corner Hotel, MELBOURNE
October 29th | Republic Bar, HOBART
November 1st | St. John’s Anglican Church, FREMANTLE
November 2nd | Mojo’s, FREMANTLE
November 3rd | Jive, ADELAIDE
November 5th | Sutton’s, BALLARAT
November 10th | Newtown Social Club, SYDNEY
November 11th | Heritage Hotel, WOLLONGONG
November 12th | The Street Theatre, CANBERRA
November 17th | The Woolly Mammoth, BRISBANE
November 24th | Major Tom’s, KYNETON

December residency at The Gasometer in Melbourne…

December 6th | supported by Ariela Jacobs, Jackson McLaren, Daniel Trakell
December 13th | supported by Mcrobin, The Bean Project, Jane Cameron
December 20th | supported by Rowena Wise, The Peeks, Forever Son

Also performing at the Woodford Folk Festival (December 27th – January 1st)


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