Canadian singer-songwriter Terra Lightfoot is making a name for herself internationally as one of the rock talents to watch right now, her third album New Mistakes showing off not only the power and versatility of her vox, but also an array of chunky riffs to tie it all together.

Lightfoot, a multi-octave mezzo soprano singer, first started out as part of a country-folk group in her hometown of Hamilton, before picking up her signature Gibson SG and moving into heavier roots-rock territory. New Mistakes, however, introduces wonderful elements of soul and blues to form her strongest work to date.

“I think the songs tell the perfect story of where I’ve been and where I would like to go,” she explains. “And I don’t want to apologize for any of it – I’m proud of it, mistakes and all.”

If those mistakes are what led to this record, it’s hard to argue, and she’s certainly put in the hard yards to get here, backing her music up with some serious graft on tours around the world – including supporting none other than Canadian icon Gordon Lightfoot (no relation).

The next stop, of course, is in Australia for her appearance at Australian Music Week, followed by a national tour with talented local troubadour William Crighton, taking in gigs across the East Coast from the 2nd to the 16th.

Check out the tour dates and her killer new single ‘Paradise’ below, and find the full album right here.

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Terra Lightfoot’s Australian tour with William Crighton

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Thursday 2nd November – Australian Music Week, Cronulla, NSW
Friday 3rd November – Central Bar, Newcastle, NSW
Saturday 4th November – Inland Sea of Sound Festival, Bathurst, NSW
Sunday 5th November – Smith’s Alternative, Canberra, ACT
Monday 6th November – Yah Yah’s, Melbourne, VIC
Thursday 9th November – Leadbelly, Sydney, NSW
Friday 10th to Sunday 12th November – Majors Creek Festival, Majors Creek, NSW
Thursday 16th November – Left’s Old Time Music Hall, Brisbane, QLD

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