Performers at Blue Mountains Music Festival 2019

All Our Exes Live in Texas - appearing at the Blue Mountains Music Festival of Folk, Roots and Blues, 2018 - in Katoomba!

All Our Exes Live in Texas

“catch them before they’re famous and only perform for royalty and astronauts” – The Brag

All Our Exes Live in Texas is a fantasy draft of Sydney’s finest singer-songwriters – Elana Stone, Katie Wighton, Hannah Crofts and Georgia Mooney – here combining in four-part indie-folk heaven. 
On mandolin, ukulele, accordion and guitar, the Exes deliver tunes that are tastefully crafted within the context of a playful and utterly charming live show.

With four songwriters and four unique voices, the Exes make music that draws from traditional four-part harmony, creating a new brand of modern folk. Fair warning: You'll need your charisma sunnies or you'll walk away a little bit in love.

All Our Exes Live in Texas has shared the stage with a range of acts from the Backstreet Boys to Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, Passenger and Megan Washington.

Fresh from a national run of sold-out shows, whilst solidifying their reputation as darlings of the festival circuit, the Exes wooed audiences from Port Fairy Folk Festival to the National Folk Festival and beyond.

With their debut album When We Fall released 03 March and scoring #8 on the ARIA Album Chart, as well as garnering a string of 4 & 5 star reviews from Rolling Stone, The Australian, and Double J, the Exes are a powerhouse of harmonies, charm and songwriting prowess, proving they truly are the most badass girl folk group ever.

“Soaring vocal harmonies, tight melodies…left the audience in total adoration” - The Music 

“They blew us away with their impeccable four-part harmonies.” - Xpress Magazine

“Their talent combined with their relaxed and funny banter caused the audience to instantly fall in love…everyone who sees them play won’t be able to forget them. These guys certainly make a big impression” – The AUReview

“their harmonies are so good it’s actually a little ridiculous” - The Brag