Internationally renowned performer, Grammy nominated singer, YouTube phenomenon, introvert, extravert and all-round psychotherapist’s dream, Adelaide’s Sia Furler is many things, but first and foremost she’s a remarkable and unique artist. With her emotive vocal performances and captivating songcraft, the Australian singer/songwriter – who now calls New York home, via stints in London and L.A – has spent the last few years steadily making bigger and bigger waves across the globe. Earning a word of mouth reputation as a ‘must see’ live act, her deeply seductive brand of dysfunction has seen her quietly collect a legion of dedicated fans including an enviable number of A-list luminaries. With her shudderingly beautiful track “Breathe Me” chosen to soundtrack the climax of cult TV series ‘Six Feet Under’, and her face-mangling, viral video for new single “Buttons” becoming the second most watched music video in YouTube history
– helped along by the avid endorsement of infamous celebrity blogger Perez Hilton – it’s clear that Sia’s star is most definitely on the rise.