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“I wanted to tell my side of the story”: Radical Son

18 October 2023

Radical Son has a new single out and he spoke to BrothaBlack on Making Tracks about his process, his family, and making himself heard.

“I got into music because I wanted to make change,” he said.

“I’d had my first child and I wanted to tell my side of the story.”

“Until You Call My Name” is the Kamilaroi and Tongan singer’s latest single, and it provides a glimpse of his forthcoming album Biliyambil (The Learning).

The veteran recording artist says he’s particularly proud of this track: “Of all the works that I have created, it’s one of my favourites.”

Radical Son will open for the great Emma Donovan this Friday, October 20, at the Sydney Opera House.

Head over to the Opera House website to buy tickets.

Tune into Making Tracks live on Koori Radio 93.7FM or on the Koori Radio app every weekday afternoon from 3pm – 6pm AEDT.

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