THEY’RE two sisters who know how to draw a crowd and they’re back with their eighth studio album.
The Tamworth regulars and festival favourites, Sophie and Celeste Clabburn, will release Here We Go at the Deni Ute Muster on September 30 and the duo said they’re excited to share it with their fans.
“It was quite a long song writing process, we were probably writing for about six months before we went into the studio,” Celeste said.
“But we had a ball making it and recording it - that’s our favourite aspect of the whole process, being in the studio.”
Their first single Cowboy was written as a tongue in approach to every country woman hoping to find love with their dream farmer.
The single is a teaser to what is an upbeat and positive album which Sophie said fit the theme.
“It was an easy one to make, being sisters we are very much alike and on the same page with all our songs and the fact that,Matt Fell produced it, it really helped all the ideas come to life.”
As for what’s next for the Sunnies, they’re out on the road from the album launch with about 25 tour stops up until Tamworth’s Country Music Festival..
“It’s always in our calendar now, it’s how we start off each year and it’s always good fun, really vibey and the festival is getting bigger and bigger and we have new music looking forward to sharing," Sophie said.
But for now it’s all eyes on the Deni muster.
“It’s right up our ally, boots, hats and very much us,” she said.