Released in March, lead album single ‘Guilty Love’
featuring BROODS signifies Ladyhawke’s comeback anthem. One of triple j’s Most Played
songs of March/April, the track has been embraced by tastemakers globally and chalked up over 1 million streams
From her early days playing in Wellington band Two Lane Blacktop and Sydney act Teenager (formed by Nick Littlemore), Pip Brown’s knack for writing a catchy pop hook has garnered her global recognition. Coupled with 80’s rock-chic ambiance, Pip quickly made a name for herself under the moniker Ladyhawke, releasing her debut self-titled album in 2008. Boasting electro-pop gems ‘My Delirium’, ‘Paris Is Burning’, ‘Dusk Till Dawn’ and more, the record made waves internationally and was followed by 2012’s Anxiety, which Rolling Stone described as “a buzzsaw-sharp pop-rock album, full of hard-charging hooks”.
Since the release of her latest album, 2016’s acclaimed Wild Things, Pip has experienced major life moments; she’s married, given birth to a daughter, been diagnosed and treated for skin cancer and decided to make the courageous move and deal with the ongoing depression she has suffered head on.