Ruby For Lucy

Ruby for Lucy is an indie folk duo from Sydney consisting of Julie Stenton and Katrina Borghetti. Their debut album, Catching Bream, was released in 2010. Ruby for Lucy is best known for opening for acts such as Abby Dobson and Skipping Girl Vinegar as well as music festivals such as The National Folk Festival, Illawarra Folk Festival, Dorrigo Folk & Bluegrass Festival, Folk in Broke, Cobargo Folk Festival, Nannup Music Festival. The two have also performed on Channel 7’s, Sunrise.

Ruby for Lucy formed in June 2007 when the two met through an online music site. They found they lived around the corner from one another in Glebe, Sydney, and they have been writing music and performing ever since.

The band’s debut album Catching Bream was released in 2010 to positive reviews. Rory McCartney of BMA Magazine says that the release “is as much a deep conversation between dear friends as a collection of songs. Whimsical tales explore the poetry that exists below the surface of everyday life, if only you bother to look”.

– from their press release 2010

Catching Bream

1. Intro song
2. Oh, is it the way you pictured it, now you’re here
3. Song for a ghost
4. One day
5. Grandma’s house
6. Sentimental porcelain
7. Catching bream
8. Before the gardener
9. Dear, my dear

Julie Stenton and Katrina Borghetti: vocals and guitars

with Tim McArtney: bass / Harrison Wood: drums / Steeve Body: keyboards and programming / Nick Tsirimokas: additional synth

Produced, recorded and mixed by Steve Body at Limestone Studio. Mastered by Ben Feggans at Sonamax

Pretty pictures by Lucy Edison and Sarah Stempowski

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Catching Bream