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Abby Fuller has released her new single "Good Mood" to streaming/purchasing platforms. She hopes for this track to lift people's spirits and inspire people to embrace and celebrate their own good moods. It is a different kind of release for Abby in terms of genre and production. In contrast to her last EP release which was professionally recorded and produced in Nashville, "Good Mood" has been homegrown in Sydney, produced by Abby, with Ryan Park on second guitar, Mel Ertler on keys and Chelsea Warner on drum programming. Mixed by Max Shaw and mastered by Studios 301, it has a R&B, funk/pop style, exploring a new side of Abby's artistry.
Abby Fuller is a Sydney based singer/songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist emerging in the Australian music scene. She has been writing and producing music since she was 10 years old and is now honing in on her craft at the Conservatorium of Music, Sydney. As a lover of a multitude of musical genre's, Abby strives to weave her favourite music into her own style. Abby's music ranges from acoustic-style ballads to fully realised funk-bops. Her musical inspirations include artists such as Norah Jones, Matt Corby, Hiatus Kaiyote and Allen Stone.
Abby's debut EP, 'Hypothesis for Happiness', was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee in December 2019 and is being released on all streaming platforms on the 19th of June 2020. It is a collection of songs she has written over the course of her career, handpicked by family friend and Nashville music producer Sam Hawksley. Sam and Abby worked together to realise and finesse the songs to create the coherent listening experience they are today. The EP is a singer-songwriter release with soul and jazz influences. It holds a special place in Abby's heart as it is dedicated to her late family friend, Glen Hannah.
- Winner of 2 consecutive 'Songwriters Award(s)' from Kool Skools - Featured on 2 children's albums 'Ready Lets Go' and 'Let's Sing and Grow' - Major songwriter for 3 NBCS albums 'Flame', 'Coming Back Home' and 'What Are You Looking For'