Peninsula-based indie/jazz-influenced singer-songwriter Bridget Allan is a regular in the local gig scene around Melbourne. She has supported the likes of Teenage Dads, Slowly Slowly and The Hard Aches and also doing events for causes such as the main stage at Sea Shepherd’s Ocean Defence Tour, Paddle Out for Westernport and gigs with Oxfam. The influences Bridget gives most credit to for her art are musicians such as Jeff Buckley, Camp Cope and Florence + the Machine.

Bridget is a regular at climate change strikes in the city of Melbourne as well as doing weekly clean ups at her local beach to reduce plastic pollution in our oceans. She has been recently working with Jordan Finlay (Teenage Dads) for her original music. Her music has been played on Triple J, Triple J Unearthed, SYN TV, Triple R, PBS and more. Bridget’s second EP ‘Oceanic Isolation’ is available everywhere! You can buy/stream it here:

You can also check out her single, Mean Love, here: