Seeker Lover Keeper (album)

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Seeker Lover Keeper
Seeker Lover Keeper (album).jpg
Studio album by Seeker Lover Keeper
Released 3 June 2011
Genre Indie rock
Length 46.33
Label Dew Process/UMA

Seeker Lover Keeper is the self-titled first album released by the Australian all-female trio, Seeker Lover Keeper, composed of solo singer-songwriters Sarah Blasko, Holly Throsby and Sally Seltmann. It was released in Australia on 3 June 2011. On 12 June 2011, the album debuted at #3 on the ARIA Albums Chart.[1]

Prior to its release, the alternative youth radio station Triple J selected the album as their feature album of the week from 23–30 May. In addition to playing the tracks on air, the entire album was available for streaming from the Triple J website for that week.[2]

Due to the group being made up of three solo artists, they chose to release three singles, each with an accompanying music video, that featured each individual band member as the lead singer. They were "Light All My Lights" (Blasko), "Even Though I'm A Woman" (Throsby) and "On My Own" (Seltmann).[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Bring Me Back" (written by: Blasko; lead vocals: Blasko)
  2. "Light All My Lights" (written by: Throsby; lead vocals: Blasko)
  3. "Even Though I'm a Woman" (written by: Seltmann; lead vocals: Throsby)
  4. "Bridges Burned" (written by: Blasko; lead vocals: Blasko)
  5. "On My Own" (written by: Blasko; lead vocals: Seltmann)
  6. "Rely on Me" (written by: Throsby/Bree von Reyk; lead vocals: Blasko)
  7. "Theme I" (written by: Blasko; lead vocals: Blasko)
  8. "Every Time" (written by: Seltmann; lead vocals: Seltmann)
  9. "We Will Know What It Is" (written by: Throsby; lead vocals: Throsby)
  10. "If the Night Is Dark" (written by: Seltmann; lead vocals: Seltmann)
  11. "Going to Sleep" (written by: Throsby; lead vocals: Throsby)
  12. "Rest Your Head on My Shoulder" (written by: Seltmann)

Charts[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ARIA Top 50 Albums Chart: 13/06/2011". Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved 12 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "triple j". Abc.net.au. Retrieved 2012-03-09. 
  3. ^ "Seeker Lover Keeper". Seeker Lover Keeper. Retrieved 2012-03-09. 
  4. ^ "Australiancharts.com – Seeker Lover Keeper – Seeker Lover Keeper". Hung Medien. Retrieved 2015-01-15.
  5. ^ "ARIA Top 100 Albums 2011". ARIA. Retrieved 2015-01-15.