To mark the launch of 'Holiday For Your Heart' Heidi escaped the icy UK Winter in favour of a 9 week solo tour of Australia, taking in Sydney, Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide.
Highlights included performing during Perth Arts Festival, swimming in a green lake, jet skiing and featuring on Australian radio flanked on the playlist by Adele and Sade. Whilst in Melbourne Heidi lodged with make-up artist and runner up for Miss Gay Australia 2017: Kristian With A K who styled Heidi with the rose pink ombre ringlets, leant her his fur and took all the photos for her 'Holiday For Your Heart' promo shoot. Heidi also met with a dance music producer with a view to future projects.
In Sydney Heidi stayed in a tree house with an author and her young astrologist daughters and visited the Opera House. Despite nearly standing on a poisonous snake and killing a giant but harmless spider, she lived to tell the tale. The tour ended in Adelaide where Heidi attended the fringe festival and stayed with South Australian Musician, Dino Jag. The pair collaborated on some new material and Dino guested on guitar at Heidi's performance at her headline gig at the Australian Songwriters, Composers and Lyricists Association.
Heidi has just finished touring with founder member of Wizzard, The Move and E.L.O Dr. Roy Wood. Whilst the eccentric multi-instrumentalist is best known for hits like, 'I wish it could be Christmas every day', 'See My Baby Jive' and 'Blackberry Way, which have made him a household name, Roy's musi
On 14th February 'Holiday For Your Heart ' was released worldwide via iTunes. Featuring a powerful mixture of soul, live lounge vintage pop and funked up country, this album has been described as 'her most powerful and immediate sounding record to date', demonstrating her 'unfailing sense of pop'.
'Colouring Outside The Lines' had it's first play on BBC Radio 2 this week on Sir Bob Harris's show. Exclaiming 'How good is that!?' the song was well received and has Watch the official music video here:
During May I toured the UK with Thea Gilmore playing everywhere from Edinburgh to Brighton. Much of the time was spent traversing the pennines in the Gold Sprinter and a league table of service station facilities was gradually assembled. Waitrose was determined the overall winner for on-the-go food