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Winterbourne take The Music behind the scenes of their new album, 'Act Of Disappearing'.
Jordan Brady and James Draper of the NSW Central Coast's Winterbourne chat to Anna Rose about finally making a statement about who they really are with their first full-length record.
"There are moments of slickness that cut through this record like a cool breeze."
"It’s the only song on the record that has a clear uplifting message."
"It was incredible to be in an audience that passionately knew the words to every song."
"He’s one of those guys who we can completely trust to do a great job."
"There were many stories between songs, giving them the added depth we’ve come to expect from his live shows."
"Above all, it's his personable nature that keeps the crowd enthralled."
"It's like a 'Californication' B-plot caused Hank Moody to have to fill-in as a frontman."
"'Shit, this is another song about my dead father. I need to sort out this setlist'."