Parley

Pete Campbell

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The follow up to Pete Campbell's debut EP of 2022

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a second glance

Pete Campbell

EP "a second glance" - download contains bonus alternate acoustic versions

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About

Following the release of his debut EP A Second Glance in 2022 and a busy 15 months of live performances, Sydney troubadour Pete Campbell returns with 'Nest For You', the first single from his forthcoming second EP Parley, due out on November 24th.


'Nest For You' is the first taste of the next stage in the evolution of Pete Campbell as a solo artist. Prior to his debut EP, Pete had undertaken a musical sabbatical from the local scene, previously having played lead guitar with 90s/00s Sydney bands including Brave and Crazy and Maryanne Rex Band. Pete has co-written, collaborated and shared the stage with many. In a sense he's a musical journeyman but one who, up until fairly recently, hadn't told his own story.

The new single finds Pete leaning into a beautifully swaying acoustic guitar and heartstring violin folk rock sound, as he sings about the universal theme of conflicting goals and opportunities in relationships.

Even though it's a song that pre-dates his debut EP, it wasn't until recently that he found the right way to capture the song in the studio. It's a perfect example of how Pete's approach to his music has matured and his natural strengths of mood and melody have become increasingly focused and refined.

Campbell's blend of acoustic and electric folk styles – from Appalachia and London, to the streets of Sydney – combined with blues, country and Americana, show that his influences are wide-ranging, from iconic artists such as Joni Mitchell, Nick Drake, Bob Dylan, The Beatles and The Allman Brothers, to contemporary Antipodean songwriters such as Paul Kelly, Neil Finn and Bernard Fanning.

The results of Pete's musical discussions between the past and the present prove comprehensively that Parley is a conversation worth having.

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