Arts Events Leisure | People and Places
30/10/2021
Aiming for a return to live music
by Mornington Peninsula Magazine

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Aimee Francis

Singer-songwriter Aimee Francis hasn’t always called the Mornington Peninsula home. Originally from Melbourne, Aimee’s music career has taken her to LA, Sydney, and the UK before basing herself here. She has been an International Songwriting Competition finalist twice and supported an impressive slew of artists, including Pat Benatar, Steel Panther, Daryl Braithwaite, The Black Sorrows, Baby Animals and The Superjesus. Aimee took a break from her new rock project Sunset Drive to talk to Nikki Fisher.

Tell us about yourself and what you do.
You can find me playing at all your favourite local hangs – when we aren’t in lockdown. I am also a producer and write songs for other artists and film/TV.

When did you know you wanted to be a musician?
As cliched as it sounds, I don’t know a time where I didn’t want to be a musician. I’ve always been obsessed.  

Tell us more about your writing process and where you find your inspiration.
A lot of the time it’s such a release to be able to write what is going on in my head; other times it’s a co-write with someone else with what is going on in their life, and then other times it’s for an ad/film brief where they paint the story and I write to that.

Isolation has been rough for everyone in Victoria these past 18 months. What have you done to sustain your mental health and well-being?
I have thrown myself into multiple courses, music production being the main focus.   

What’s on the horizon for you in 2022?
Crossing all my bits and pieces that touring becomes a thing again – live shows, what are they? HANGING. FOR. IT. 

You can find Aimee on Facebook @aimeefrancismusic and on Instagram @aimeefrancismusic 

Aimee Francis is a member of the MP Music Network. For further information about musicians, events or to get involved in the network, visit the MPMN Instagram page or its website at www.mpmusic.com.au

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