After the successful release of their single Big Moon, Westralian folk-a-billy five-piece Delilah Rose & the Gunslingers
follow it up with a crackin’ video clip featuring a cameo from Perthonality Famous Sharron plus shimmying from the
infamous BeeHives GoGo dancers.

Set in the family home, Big Moon is a day-in-the-life look at being a first-time mum; tea and tears with pals to cooking
disasters, guilty pleasures to backyard celebrations.

Written, produced, directed, filmed, edited, photographed and even catered for by an all star, all-female line-up
including Delilah Rose, Jenna Hardie, Tashi Hall, Linda Dunjey and Small Batch Catering, Big Moon is taken from the
forthcoming EP 'Good Grief', recorded at Sundown Studios Fremantle with the production team of Noah Shilkin and
Elliot Smith.

Fronted by Delilah Rose on vocals and guitar, the Gunslingers play an often rowdy, distinctly Western Australian brand
of alt-country folk-a-billy. Delilah channels her wheatbelt upbringing in her songs - her lyrics conjure the landscape
and characters of our own Wild West with an unflappability, a plain-spoken emotional honesty and a razor-sharp
sense of humour.

The video is a celebration of women in the music industry, and what a wonderfully riotous celebration of life, living and music it is!

Featuring these incredibly talented women this is a work of love and boundless talent not to be missed:
Delilah Walsh: Concept and Co-producer
Jenna Hardie: Co-producer and Director
Tashi Hall: Videographer and Editor
Linda Dunjey: Photographer

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