Informed by world travels and other adventures, Melbourne’s Tim Guy has steadily mapped out a diverse catalogue that documents his unique evolution as a singer, songwriter and performer. He’s also notched up more casual career highlights than most artists could ever hope to – let alone keep track of.
Having bounced between no less than 10 schools during his Australian childhood – with an interlude in Papua New Guinea – Guy relocated to New Zealand to launch his music career. His very first tour spanned 27 dates supporting that country’s national treasure, Bic Runga, who lovingly produced his 2004 debut album Blazey. He went on to record both 2007’s Hummabyes and 2010’s Big World in Auckland, perfecting a breathy blend of rustic folk, bluesy Americana and chiming indie rock.