Meet Blusher, the Melbourne-based 3-piece who self-described their existence as ‘angry sparkly pop chaos’.  Following on from a massive 2022 for the band with a debut performance and release that lead to a signing from Atlantic Records/Warner Music Australia, Blusher recently hit the road in March 2023 supporting Norwegian artist Aurora on the Australian and New Zealand legs of her The God We Can Touch Tour.

Picked up by Powerhouse Management’s Jamie-Rose Fowler (George Alice, Japanese Wallpaper, INXS, ex-YUNGBLUD) & Charlotte Ried (Polish Club, Gretta Ray, Matt Corby, ex-Vera Blue), the Melbourne-based trio made a huge splash in 2022 when they released Softly Spoken, a bubbly slice of euphoric indie-pop bliss. It was the first song they ever made together and the success of the track took the trio by surprise. In Blusher’s metaphorical teen rom-com of a band, all three members are the leads. They share vocals on many of their songs and swap instruments during the live shows. They all produce and write together, utilising their individual experiences cutting their teeth as solo artists before forming the band.

By September last year, Blusher played their first show at BIGSOUND in Brisbane. They spent months in a “boot camp” of sorts with a movement coach who encouraged them to go out dancing together. The final result was a highly choreographed set that allowed them to show off their individual multitude of talents. Minutes after stepping off stage for the first time, the group signed with Atlantic Records/WMA.

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