Adelaide, SA | 2024

The Audreys

Adelaide's favourite alt-folkies and recent AMC SA Music Hall of Fame inductees, The Audreys, are about to surprise and delight you all with a brand new album that will contain a selection of songs written over the past few years by founding members Taasha Coates and Cam Goodall. They've also just announced some new full band live shows for South Australia in Autumn. See ticket info here.


A New Album

The Audreys are currently in the studio recording a brand new album with engineer extraordinaire, Ryan Martin John. After the shock passing in 2022 of guitarist and founding member, Tristan Goodall, the band have remained busy playing live and working on a bunch of new songs to not only honour Tristan's legacy, but to satiate their loyal fans appetite for new music. Stay tuned for more updates. You can also follow the journey on the band's Facebook page.

In Memory By Dan Condon

Tristan Goodall

Tristan Goodall, founding member and guitarist of Australian roots group The Audreys, has died. He was 48 years old.A representative for the band has confirmed to Double J that Goodall passed away peacefully on Saturday 2 July (2022) surrounded by family.No cause of death has been reported. Goodall left the band in 2020 due to health issues."I am very sad to have to pass on the news that, despite our best hopes for his recovery, we lost our dear Tristan on the weekend," The Audreys singer and co-founder Taasha Coates wrote."I have talked to so many people in the last few days who knew Tristan, and the outpouring of love has been overwhelming. He touched so many of us with his beautiful music, his big heart, his big hugs and his big goofy laugh."Goodall, who had played in Adelaide band The Milk through the early/mid 1990s, and Coates formed The Audreys in 2004.


Stream The Audreys on Spotify

The entire music catalogue by The Audreys is available to stream here.


Watch The Audreys on Youtube

All the amazing music videos by The Audreys are available to view here.


The Audreys Always on the road again

With a few tours and a few years playing together under their belts, the new band is not so new anymore. Taasha, Tom, Flick, Beej and Cam will be hitting the road again in support of the new album in the second half of 2024.


Hands up If You Saw The Audreys Live

In 2022/23 The Audreys played live in every state and territory of Australia, including a very special show as part of their induction into the AMC SA Music Hall of Fame at a ceremony held at the iconic Church of the Trinity (Trinity Sessions).

Fri 29 MAR

National Folk Festival
Exhibition Park
Canberra, ACT.
TICKETS: On sale now!

Sat 30 MAR

National Folk Festival
Exhibition Park
Canberra, ACT.
TICKETS: On sale now!


Murray Delta Juke Joint
Goolwa, SA.
w/ Ryan Martin John
TICKETS: On sale now!


Limestone Coast Pantry
Mt Gambier, SA.
w/ Albert The Second
TICKETS: On sale now!

More to be announced...


Get Your Favourite Albums On Vinyl

There's still stock available of all titles by The Audreys, as well as the solo record by Taasha Coates & Her Melancholy Sweethearts. Visit the shop link below to purchase on vinyl or cd.


Have you got the complete set?

‘Til My Tears Roll Away (2014) sees The Audreys once again join forces with producer Shane O’Mara, who has worked on each of the band’s previous ARIA Award-winning albums; ‘Between Last Night And Us’ (2006), ‘When The Flood Comes’ (2008) and ‘Sometimes The Stars’ (2010).The bulk of the album was recorded over a few days at Adelaide’s Mixmasters studio on an old SSL desk that classic bands like INXS and Midnight Oil recorded with back in the day. The result is a stunning collection of songs. With front-woman Taasha Coates on vocals and keys, Tristan Goodall on guitars and their regular band filling out the line-up, this is earthier and grittier than the band’s previous releases, covering themes of heartbreak and hope without wandering too far from the gutter.Having achieved 3 x ARIA Awards in the Best Blues & Roots category, along with an ARIA Top 20 album debut for 2008’s ‘When The Flood Comes’, a nod in that year’s Rolling Stone Top 50 Albums of the Year, along with multiple international tours, a performance at SXSW in Austin, Texas and an appearance at last year’s BigSound music conference, The Audreys are without doubt one of Australia’s most accomplished folk-rock outfits. - ABC Music


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The Audreys' catalogue of albums is available on shiny silver discs as well.


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The Audreys

The Audreys are a triple ARIA Award winning blues and roots band that formed in Adelaide, South Australia, in 2004 by founding mainstay, Taasha Coates on lead vocals, guitar, keys, melodica, harmonica and ukulele. They have released four studio albums, Between Last Night and Us, When the Flood Comes, Sometimes the Stars and 'Til My Tears Roll Away.
Will Hollonds at DoubleU Artists



Live favourites and multiple ARIA award winners The Audreys have graced almost every major festival in Australia and played more gigs than they can count. They’ve rocked festivals and clubs in Europe and North America, sold songs to films and tv shows far and wide, written music for live theatre, won awards, hit the charts, gone gold and pawned their very hearts for rock and roll.Launching in 2006 with Triple J faves “You and Steve McQueen”, “Oh Honey’ and “Banjo & Violin” from their debut album, The Audreys now have five albums worth of songs to choose from and just as many hilarious anecdotes. Predominantly playing as a duo in recent years, Taasha Coates & Tristan Goodall have a chemistry like no other, and every show will bring you from laughter to tears and all the way back again.Pictured (L - R): Toby Lang (drums), Lyndon Gray (bass), Taasha Coates (vocals, ukulele, harmonica, melodica, guitar, keys), Tristan Goodall (guitars, banjo), Mikey G (violin, vocals).

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