Michelle Sutton is an indie pop singer/songwriter from Sydney, currently living on Cammeraygal Land. Her biggest musical influences include honest storytellers such as Taylor Swift, Kacey Musgraves, Kate Miller-Heidke and Camp Cope. Her music has a distinctly Australian voice and youthful exuberance. She loves to perform and make people laugh with her stories and witty, self-deprecating lyrics. She independently released her debut self-written EP ‘Dinner Plates’ in March 2020, followed by the country-pop ballad ‘Halloween’ in October. Her entry ‘Pretzel’ was shortlisted in the Songathon International Songwriting Competition 2020 and in 2021 she performed at Shoreshocked Festival. In 2022 Michelle continued to experiment with her sound releasing the tongue-in-cheek single ‘Jesus Loves Fat Girls Too’ and later in the year the defiantly joyful indie rock track ‘Gutless Wonder’. Michelle Sutton played in the Inner West Pop-Up Music Marathon in October and performed at Marrickville Music Festival in November 2022. So far in 2023 she has been working on the release of her new single, has performed at The Canopy supporting James Blundell and has been working on her song-writing at The Artist Studio in Surry Hills. She will be playing LazyBones Lounge on April 5 and performing at Western Sydney Mixtape April 28. Michelle is looking forward to releasing new music in 2023 and delighting audiences with her unique sense of humour, songs and stories.
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