Great Aunt

Spare and bold, simple and evocative, melancholic and hopeful – Great Aunt combine elements of contemporary Americana and country folk with the traditions of old time, bluegrass, and gospel music. The instrumentation and arrangements are bare and bold: various combinations of mandolin, guitar and upright bass explore well-worn themes of grief, love, acceptance, hope, resilience and faith.

“Great Aunt gives us folk-based Americana music tinged with shades of bluegrass and gospel and capture the true spirit of this genre with their soulful renditions.”

- LA Music Critic Blog


Nathan Seeckts

Nathan Seeckts is a folk troubadour, who creates sing-a-long tales filled with memorable characters and engaging storylines.

Inspired by artists such as Lucero, Jason Isbell, Steve Earle and Bruce Springsteen, Nathan's songs are heartfelt narratives that echo loudly from personal experience.

“Whether it’s stories about decaying buildings and long forgotten landmarks around where I grew up, to dancing to old records as the summer sun sets, or thoughts that’ve popped into my head as I’m sitting in a carpark staring out at the Melbourne skyline, these are tales that come from where I live. The place that I call home”.

On the back of releasing several highly acclaimed EP's, Seeckts has recently completed the recording of his first full length album, working with Melbourne super producer Roger Bergodaz (The Ahern Brothers, Raised By Eagles, Freya Josephine Hollick) at Union Street Studios.

The album, which is due for nationwide release in early 2019