A songwriter born & bred in Adelaide, South Australia, performing songs about local & global issues. Dedicated to equality, seeing old systems breaking down & questions tradition vs progress..worry not, there is still plenty to ponder!
Trent's songs vary from acoustic folk & alt-country, to blues & fuzz rock n roll sitting on a nice plate of Aussie pub rock! Served with wit, a dash of humour & lots of whine!
Trent’s quirky sense of humour & adventure has led to some pretty interesting musical experiences from recording in NYC & London (Inc. Abbey Road Studios) & performing at The Bitter End (NYC) & The Cavern Club (Liverpool). Having released his latest EP “What’d You Call Me?” in 2018, he is currently recording his next EP “In Two Minds” while continuing to work on his opus album titled “Planting Seeds”.
“Songwriting for me is a natural form of release, conscience in practice but at times subconscious in lyrical flow. There have been times I have written a song unaware of it's meaning until much later, only making sense of it in reflection.
I try to put a positive spin on themes that are hard to talk about, naturalising taboo topics & opening conversation. I tackle issues both global & personal, while having a bit of fun with it along the way..songwriting is a way of life for me”.
“Trent Worley, over several years, has built a reputation for writing well crafted, meaningful and thought provoking songs, the sort that you seem to be humming days after hearing them at one of the numerous bars and clubs he performs on any given week in and around Adelaide.” Deviate Magazine
Despite the eclectic influences, most of Trent’s music aims to provide both a message of hope and an insightful commentary on contemporary society. Trent has proudly been involved in many charity shows raising funds & awareness through community based events.