The first episode of this year's Access All ARIAs series sees filmmaker, journalist and concert promoter Jeremy Dylan meet with the nominees for the 2020 ARIA Awards Best Country Album to talk about their nominated releases and what they look forward to most post-lockdown.
Some of the highlights include:
Nominated for Fallow, Fanny Lumsden says she saw lockdown as a way to take a step back from song writing, especially after her the release of her third studio album in March.
Reminiscing about their favourite festivals both as performers and attendees, Casey Barnes apologises for drinking all of Travis Collins’ rider at a pre-COVID gig.
The panel agree that what they miss most is the stories and memories that are made at music festivals, with them all being eager to perform again as soon as possible. Jasmine Rae pointed out that a silver lining from this is being able to enjoy a sit-down show.
Molly from The McClymonts says the band are honoured to be nominated saying it was always a dream as a child, the band plans to dress up and celebrate, even if they cannot attend.
Tune in to the 2020 ARIA Awards in partnership with YouTube Music on Wednesday, 25 November to find out who wins.
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