Tripple Effect



Tripple Effect to release debut album

by John Sutton

Published in T&N150 August 2022


Award winning Newcastle based contemporary folk trio, Tripple Effect, will launch their debut album, Ripple Effects, in early September.

The band won the national Alistair Hulett Songs for Social Justice Award in 2020 for their song, Straight From the Heart (the Makarrata Song), about and in support of the Uluru Statement.

That track heads a dozen other Tripple Effect originals covering topics from war and environmental destruction to mental illness, religion, death, love and even a cracked fairy tale.

As a bonus track, the CD also includes a recital of the Uluru Statement by prominent Statement campaigner, Thomas Mayor, which has also been partly incorporated into the group’s award winning song.

The band (sisters Lynden and Carrie Jacobi, and Len McCarthy), who have been playing together since early 2018, have been enthusiastically received at various festivals, concerts and events, and this album has been their first foray into the recording studio.

The album is scheduled for release on September 3 and will; be available from Trad&Now.

The CD comes in a wallet with a 16 page booklet with the lyrics to all the songs.


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