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Tia Gostelow turned Poison into a sweet-sounding ballad rather than a reminder of the original music video censored in 1989.
Gostelow herself describes it as “a comfort song for anyone in the midst of their early twenties”.
Tia Gostelow discusses the themes and musical choices behind her third album, Head Noise, before her upcoming festival appearances.
"We really wanted to bring some energy to the table whilst also keeping Tia’s beautiful vocals soaring over the top."
"[T]his is so special to me."
“It was shot on film and we had three takes to get it perfect, so spent the whole day rehearsing."
"[She] sends the audience somewhere far away from reality."
"There is no way to fault the performance from Boy & Bear tonight."
"It's really just a celebration and so awesome that these people are prepared to give their time."
How do you go about putting the most formative years of your life on record? Anthony Carew spoke to rising songwriter Tia Gostelow about navigating high school, dealing with tall poppy syndrome, playing "soul-destroying" gigs for old men sitting at the pokies.