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Making a home in a new area with his partner, inspired Hunter artist Liam Kennedy-Clark to write his new single, Inside The Frame.

From setbacks and bad luck, to appreciating the good in life, Inside The Frame covers it all.

“Last year I moved down to Maitland with my partner, where we quickly faced the reality of how hard it is to find a place to live that's not half fallen down, or an instant decline when applying as a full-time musician, and uni student respectively,”

Liam said. “It's hard work out there especially after the last couple of years, but we found a place we now call home.

Inside The Frame is written about the challenges we faced, and continue to face. It talks about how you have to take a lot of setbacks and bad luck, to not only achieve, but appreciate the good things.”

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Released Music

Nearly three years after his debut album "Another Habit", Liam returns to releasing new music. Being self produced at Neat FreQ Productions and featuring stellar musicians from Australia and Nashville, Liam's new single "Game and Trade" has a fresh sound, unlike any other current release.

"After I decided that music was what I wanted to do with my life, I was faced with a myriad of questions,  like my Dad's "When are you going to get a real job"?

While a musicians life doesn't follow the typical 9-5 schedule of other trades, far more work goes on behind the scenes than what is often jeered.


Life in the creative industries isn't easy, and my new single "Game & Trade" reflects my experience as musician." - Liam Kennedy-Clark

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