Seth Henderson releases 'Braille' for Songs from the Edge (SFTE)

Seth Henderson recently filmed and recorded the song ‘Braille' live for Songs from the Edge (SFTE) in Hobart’s infamous late-night haunt, Mobius Lounge Bar. 

Supported by UTAS, SFTE brings together Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music tech students with professional music makers to produce live film clips in unique locations. You can check them all out here.

Seth Henderson is a wondering wordsmith from Hobart, who has been performing in venues across Australia, NZ, USA, and the streets of London since he picked up the guitar around 11 years ago. Last year, Seth was voted Tasmania’s live voice of the year in 2017 at the National Live Music Awards. Since then, he’s gone onto release his solo record “Stories from the Bottom of the World”, with the first single ‘Saints’ debuting on triple j. You can listen out for Seth’s multi-instrumental talent on the recordings, including piano, guitar, percussion, and harmonica here

According to Seth, the song 'Braille' "Is the sound of a lonely drifter feeling for an invisible anchor”.

‘Braille’ was recorded and filmed on location at Mobius, Hobart by UTAS students James Holloway and Trai Wells.

Big thanks to Amy Fogerty and the Mobius legends for opening up the venue in the stark light of day!

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