West Australian songwriter Davey Craddock’s breakout debut album City West saw him garner four star reviews from The Australian and The Music, with the latter declaring it “a world class introduction to one of this country’s finest singer-songwriters”. On City West. Craddock created a rich, and distinctly Australian, world of cracked asbestos fences, tangled romances in fishing towns and horse shit on ANZAC day. His idiosyncratic songwriting is a favourite of Double J and the ABC (who both added his singles to rotation in 2016) as well as garnering him shows with Don Walker, Diana Krall, Marlon Williams, The Waifs, Old Crow Medicine Show and festival sets at Dashville, Kyneton, Fairbridge and Wave Rock festivals. Craddock releases his follow up album, One Punch , in early 2018.