Owl Eyes

Brooke Addamo (born 2 January 1991), better known by her stage nameOwl Eyes, is an Australian recording artist from Melbourne signed to the Illusive / Wunderkind Label with distribution through Universal Music Group. She released her debut studio album Nightswim in April 2013, which peaked at number 28 on the ARIA Charts.

This article is about the musician. For the topic in pathology, see Owl’s eye appearance.

Owl Eyes
Background information
Birth name Brooke Addamo
Born (1991-01-02) 2 January 1991 (age 30)[1][2]
Origin Melbourne, Australia
Genres Indie pop
Years active 2008present
Labels Illusive / Wunderkind
Associated acts
Website Owl Eyes on Facebook
Musical artist

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In 2008, Addamo successfully auditioned for the 6th season of Australian Idol.[3] She reached the finals and finished in 11th place.[4]

In September 2010, Owl Eyes released her debut extended play Faces. She also featured on the Illy single “It Can Wait“. The song was certified gold in Australia in 2011.

In May 2011, Owl Eyes released “Raiders”, the lead single from her second extended play of the same name, which was released in July. In April 2012, Owl Eyes released “Crystalised”, the lead single from her third extended play of the same name, which was released in May.[5] In August 2012, Owl Eyes released the single “Love Run Dry”, which was later included as a bonus track on her debut studio album Nightswim.

In March 2013, Owl Eyes released “Closure”, the lead single from her debut studio album Nightswim. In April 2013, Owl Eyes released Nightswim, which debuted and peaked at number 28 on the Australian ARIA Charts. The album was co-produced by Jan Skubiszewski and Stylaz Fuego. A remix EP was released in October 2013, featuring eight tracks.[6][7] Three further singles were released from the album and she toured in support of the album around Australia in 2013.[8]

In 2015, she performed a number of tracks with Flight Facilities and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra at a concert at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.[9] The performance was released in December 2015 as part of Flight Facilities’ live album Live with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, which won the ARIA Award for Best Classical Album at the ARIA Music Awards of 2016.

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