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Jason and Matt from the hit Australian country band have a chat with Rae Leigh about how they got to where they are today. Family, connection, songwriting and their future aspects in the film industry. They have had a #1 Country Album and #1 Australian Artist Country Album 2021 Nominee Australian Country Music Awards | New Talent of the Year

Darlinghurst is a new Melbourne based four-piece that’s redefining Australian country music. Consisting of Jason Resch, Pagan Newman, Cassie Leopold and Matt Darvidis, all four members share vocal responsibilities, blending together in sumptuous harmonies to create a fifth voice - Darlinghurst.

With all four members combining their different musical influences and experiences, Darlinghurst have created a fresh sound in the Australian country sphere that’s as accessible as it is unique.


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