There is something about remoteness that helps distill a voice… a sound. Perhaps it’s the absence of disruption or the distance from the industry itself, but like the idiosyncratic troubadours that came before her, Maddy Jane has managed to happen upon a sound that is truly her own.
Heralding from Bruny Island in Tasmania, Jane’s songs have garnered wide respect for their confessional honesty: something that has made her an audience favourite on radio and earned notable support slots on tours from Harry Styles to the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
With millions of streams for breakout tracks Thank You And Sorry and No Other Way, Jane’s ironic and direct storytelling has resonated far and wide: a phenomenon only furthered with the release of her debut full-length album, Not All Bad Or Good, in 2020. The newly released Island Time EP is a raw and poetic collection of songs that explore Jane’s journey back to Bruny Island: a dark, ironic, funny and heart-filled journey of life and song.