Up-and-coming New Zealand singer and songwriter Abby Wolfe has released her new single ‘Free Falling’ – a brave and bold song, which is all about jumping into acceptance and love.
Hailing from Dunedin, Abby found herself in Auckland in early 2017 navigating the ups and downs of being a self-managed, independent artist. It wasn’t long before she’d found herself in the studio with leading pop producers Josh Fountain (Benee, Theia, Maala, Matthew Young) and Djeisan Suskov.
“When I wrote ‘Free Falling’ it basically came down to me confronting my fears about being gay in the music industry,” explains Abby. “I had it in my head that I couldn’t be both. I thought I had to suppress one half of myself so that my career could flourish.”
Abby has shared some of her weekend favourites and more with us
What is your favourite weekend brunch place to visit?
Massimo, Takapuna, Auckland.
What are your favourite weekend activities?
Beach swims, writing songs and dinner with pals.
What is your favourite part of the weekend?
What is your favourite weekend night spot?
The commons, Takapuna, Auckland.
What is your favourite weekend getaway destination you have visited?
What is something that gave you joy this week?
Are you a beer, cider, wine or cocktail person?
Share three of your favourite attributes of your home town with us?
Do you have a hidden talent?
What would you like to learn if you had the chance?
Where is your favourite place in the entire world?
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‘Free Falling’ marks the next step in Abby’s journey and makes way for an exciting year of new releases ahead in 2020. To celebrate the song’s release, she will be travelling from Auckland to Dunedin performing the song live on regional radio.
We think it’s a great Summer song, so turn it up and enjoy it!
Abby will also open for Australian indie rockers, Great Gable, when they perform in Auckland on Thursday November 7 (TICKETS) and Tauranga on Friday November 8 (TICKETS).