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Here We Go (SIGNED COPY) by Sunny Cowgirls

Format: CD
Release Date: 30/09/2016
Catalogue No. 5715351
SKU No. 2317730
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With their typically stunning eighth studio album and ABC Music debut Here We Go, the Sunny Cowgirls set about spinning 12 fresh new yarns rooted in the sun-kissed soil of rural and regional Australia. It’s a mesmerising dedication to the working men and women who keep the wheels turning and Australia fed, overflowing with fired-up summer anthems and hymns to mateship, hard work, and the incomparable Aussie summer. “We really wanted to get back to our roots and make this album sound like classic Sunny Cowgirls,” elder Cowgirl Sophie explains.In reflecting on their lived experience, the eight-time Golden Guitar-nominated duo sing about who they are: sisters raised in both WA and regional Victoria – the Sunny Cowgirls take their name from family farm Sunninghill at Dunkeld, near Victoria’s picturesque Grampians – for whom the bush has always held an irresistible pull. They cut their teeth performing at rodeos and agricultural shows across WA, before slinging their swags into the back of a ute and setting out across the vast expanse of the Nullarbor, working as roustabouts and farm hands along the way – experiences they immortalised in debut 2005 single ‘Rousy’s Life’. The long road and warm glow of stage lights inevitably led the pair to Tamworth’s illustrious Academy of Country Music in 2005 where they caught the attention of Adam Brand – who promptly invited them out on the road. The rest is history writ in countless kilometres of bitumen and dirt.
 Universal Music Australia
 Sunny Cowgirls
Track Listing


Dam Fun
I've Got Your Back
Tie One On
I Wanna Be A Farmer
Those Big Hands
Rev It Up
I Need You
My Little Mate
Took Me Back
You Don't Want Me Anymore
Where I Wanna Be