Avaberée (aye-va-ber-ee) is the musical offspring of Genevieve, Aimee and Irena. These skilful songstresses hail from Brisbane and celebrate the next generation of upcoming Australian female talent. With their fresh performance experience, quirky stage presence, and harmony focussed sound, their songs will warm the cockles of your heart.
Influenced by a kaleidoscope of musical styles, Avaberée’s layering of impeccable harmonies over beats and minimal synths, show off the tender voices of each of the girls’. Their catchy and clever tunes have seen the trio tour twice with Matt Corby, as well as support and share the bill with a who’s who of Australia’s freshest musical faces, including Emma Louise, The Trouble With Templeton, Cub Sport, Patrick James, Stu Larsen, Jack Carty, even visiting Brits Will And The People.
The girls' grabbed the attention of underground Australia with the quirky pop tune “Lover of Mine” putting the talent of this unique trio of female voices on the map. It got the ear of triple j and community radio around the country. Their latest single, “Running Out”, is Avaberée’s moment of growing up. Rather than sticking to a safe path, the band have explored and defined their sound, delving into 80s influences to create a track that tips its hat to Kim Wilde and Deborah Harry while attacking modern territory inhabited by Ladyhawke, Cat Power and Asta. They have taken their many influences and turned them on their head, adding a touch of synth, a pinch of innovation, a tablespoon of 2014 and a whole lot of Brisbane.