Aaron Thomas is a Tasmanian born; Sydney bred songwriter who spent 10 years in Madrid, Spain where he released 3 albums (Follow the Elephants, Made of Wood and The Blues and Greens) as well as an EP and film soundtrack before relocating to Adelaide, South Australia in 2016. His second album, Made of Wood, was recorded in Iceland and produced by Valgeir Sigurddson (Bjork, Bonnie Prince Billy, Sam Amidon, Coco Rosie, Feist..) Aaron has performed at international music festivals such as SXSW (Austin), CMJ (New York), Popkomm (Berlin) and London’s Concrete and Glass as well as appearing at WOMAdelaide in 2017. He and the band The Human Patterns recorded the EP (Always a Full Moon) at Mixmasters studio in South Australia and have recently finished making his fourth full length studio album due to be released later in the year. Musical influences include Bonnie Prince Billy, Camille, Father John Misty, Elvis Perkins, Feist, Big Thief, Andy Shauff, Angel Olson and Andrew Bird and his songs are a mix of old style folk/country with dark, alternative bends and with melodies that wrap their knuckles around love, loss and despair. The trio have recently returned from a successful tour of Spain, where they performed sell out shows across the country.