After a three month hiatus, Brad is back. And he had the pleasure of an interview with auspOp favourite Kyle Bielfield!
We’ve supported Mr Kyle Bielfield for many years here at auspOp.
Whilst we may know him for his more pop-orientated releases like ‘Boom And Bust’, ‘Frequency’ and ‘Kings & Queens’, his debut album ‘Manhattan’ purely showcases his vocals, singing covers with a theme of living in a big city.
Michael Jackson’s ‘Human Nature’, Toto’s ‘Africa’ and A-ha’s ‘Take On Me’ are some of Kyle’s picks, they sit alongside a sole original song, ‘Lady’.
Whilst the album is marketed as his “debut” album, Brad discovered on Spotify that Kyle had in fact released the gospel album ‘In My Father’s House’ at the age of 12.
First acting coy about it, Kyle hilariously reveals a story about filming the expensive music video and it re-emerging as a drinking game at his college in the States!
Find out more about Kyle in the video below including talking about studying classical music at Juilliard in New York, his reasons for moving to Australia and the inspiration for the Manhattan album.
Playing a drinking game of our own (minus the alcohol) – we decided to play a game of ‘Never Have I Ever’! Find out above whether Kyle has ever stolen, been on Tinder, talked his away out of a speeding ticket and more!
Kyle has just played a gig for Mardi Gras in Sydney, but promises that he will be doing some more shows soon.