Listen to the new track by River Blue ahead of his debut EP dropping May 5th

Melbourne-based singer/songwriter Lachlan Duthie, also known as River Blue, has just released a third single taken from his forthcoming debut EP, Young At Heart.

“Broken Tracks” is the bluesy slow-burner that follows up “Iron Rivers” and “Mark Of A Man”. From the first bars, Duthie’s folk/rock sound paired with charming yet achingly honest vocals is effortless and bare-boned.

Young At Heart comes as a collection of songs recorded by Duthie over two years in Melbourne and will be officially released May 5th.

Ahead of the release, you can catch Duthie with a full band supporting Josh Cashman at Northcote Social Club on April 21st and Brighton Up Bar on May 4th. Otherwise, his hometown fans get treated to the Young At Heart EP Launch happening at The Grace Darling on May 20th.



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