INNOCENTEVE – acoustic duo, singer songwriters and sisters! Reminiscent of legendary sister acts The Dixie Chicks and Wilson Phillips, Rachel and Bec perform perfect harmonies. The girls were raised in a musical family on a cattle property in regional Queensland. By day, they devote their time to teaching, but singing and performing is in the Olsson family blood and this is their true passion.
INNOCENTEVE’s debut album “Temporary Balms” was recorded at Tommirock Studios in Newcastle, NSW by the ARIA-charting producer Joel Black. Since its release in April 2015 Rockhampton, the girls have been celebrating success with their first three singles, “A Little Bit," “Into The Light” and "Every Woman" all receiving radio play Australia wide and charting in the KIX FM – All Australian Top 20. Rachel and Bec are veteran performers, who provide a relaxed atmosphere while playing, yet manage to captivate a crowd of people from all walks of life. Harmonising as only sisters can, they will move you with their poetic lyrics and vibrant stage presence. With the right combination of sassy and sweet and a soulful sound, INNOCENTEVE are gaining attention for all the right reasons.
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