Saige advice for music lovers
MARGARET River is the home of big waves, delicious wine and musician Duncan Saige.
Better known as Henry Clarke, the frontman and guitarist for indie-surf-rockers Stillwater Giants, Saige is celebrating the launch of his debut EP I’m Saved with a string of WA performances, kicking off with a show at The Old Fellow on Friday.
Saige said it might be a cliche but there was no better high than playing music.
“Whether I’m mad, sad, confused, alone – it always cures me,” he said.
“There is always something new to create or discover with music, even if you’re a novice or a pro.
“I think as I’m Saved was written and recorded a feeling of relief and satisfaction arose because I realised ‘Cool, I’m actually doing this solo thing’.
“There is one love song, a song commenting on relationship separations and one telling various stories, including when I got drunk and completely lost in Karrakatta cemetery for hours.”
Duncan Saige will perform at The Odd Fellow on September 1 from 8pm.
Tickets are $10 at the door.
Duncan Saige will perform at The Old Fellow.