Kahl Wallis

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We are in pre-release phase and negotiating with Warner around his solo album and its release. He is signed with BMG. Once we have a firm release date and the three film clips, we will book a national tour. We are actively seeking support opportunities, but are holding back until negotiations with Warner are finalised.

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Lead singer and songwriter for indie/alternative band The Medics, environmental and social activist, storyteller, and now solo performer.

Carving out a solo career with his new album stripped back to raw emotion, Kahl Wallis is delivering powerful messages through his music.

Kahl identifies with his grandfather’s country, the Wuthathi Nation from the white sands of Shelburne Bay in Cape York Peninsula, and his Grandmothers mob, the Lardil people from Mornington Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria. He takes his last name 'Wallis' from his great-great-grandfather of the Polynesian islands of Wallis and Futuna.

In the past year, Kahl has performed around Australia at Splendor in the Grass, Homeground at the Sydney Opera House, toured with Nahko and the Bear on their Bluesfest side shows and toured Australia with Luka Lesson.

Between recording as a solo artist, touring, participating in community projects, Kahl also works as a music mentor and song writing facilitator with youth empowerment organisations and communities, delivering workshops to Indigenous children in remote communities.

He is on the cusp of releasing his debut solo work of 10 powerful pieces that align with his considered approach to the environment and society.