Acoustic pop songstress GOSTI returns to the Wesley Anne to launch her third single – Charlie – from her album The Travel Tree. Scheduled for Saturday 9 November at The Wesley Anne, Gosti will be performing an unplugged set with cello, french horn, hand percussion and acoustic guitars. Jeremy Doolan and Mark Joseph will be supporting.
Gosti’s wind-swept lyrics tell tales of nostalgia and fragility. Her smoky intimate voice is accompanied by a menagerie of acoustic instruments and is snug in Melbourne’s indie-folk scene.
“… drifty, ethereal, and positively cockle-warming, even if what she’s singing about is a little more sombre. There can always be lighter parts found in the shade of the darkest trees, and we think that Gosti illuminates this little patch of goodness.”
– Georgia Frances King, Frankie Magazine
“Gosti’s voice has the ability to take you to another world, a dreamy, relaxing world.”
– Daniella Bagnara, The AU Review
“The Travel Tree is filled with whimsical, wistful lyrics […] Throughout the album we see a vast array of interesting techniques and strong work”
– Alice Thompson, AdamNotEve
Gosti has received high rotation radio play on C91.3 in Sydney, performed at various festivals and won the Songs Alive Australia songwriting competition in 2012. After a sabbatical in Canada to write and record her ambitious new album The Travel Tree, Larissa returns to Melbourne to bring her latest songs to the stage.
Gosti’s album The Travel Tree is available on –
You can also hear this track live on The Aussie Sound!