Fleur has just released her second EP. Titled "In the Place of my Dreams". With Fleur's underlying devotion to folk songwriting, the production on this EP is reminiscent of the recent Lana del Rey album.
“Channeling a very calm Karen O in vocal, … Fleur Wiber offers everything you can ask of a ‘weird’ folk musician and more.” – Drunken Werewolf Magazine
“Simply the best, most original, mesmerising and hypnotic songwriting I’ve heard in months… Its like The Xx being produced by Angelo Badlamneti….Genius!” – Mike White Presents
Fleur Wiber is an independent singer-songwriter based in Sydney. Fleur’s music is dark and dreamy. She is inspired by “new-folk” artists such as Sharon van Etten, Cat Power, Bonnie Prince Billy, Laura Marling and Damien Jurado. As an independent artist, Fleur has made numerous achievements such as recently being Songwriter-in-resident at the Broken Hill Art Exchange. In 2015 Fleur performed at the Dungog Festival (NSW), Live’n’Lounging (Sydney) and the ArtsHub Annual Conference (Sydney).
In 2013, Fleur released her debut EP “Orderves” which includes her “Fire” with band Fleur Wiber and the Apparitions which has been aired on many radio stations including Cambridge 105 (UK), Cape May FM (USA), FBI (Aus) and 2SER. Fleur has received press in ArtsHub, The Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill, NSW), Drunken Werewolf Magazine (UK), Unraveled, Revolt, ArtsHub and the Cape May Star (NJ, USA).
Fleur has released a number of singles and lo-fi demos, recorded and produced by her part of “DEMOS 2015” and “the Anthropomorphic USB Collection” (a sculptural USB handmade by Fleur, with a mix of demos, singles, video footage and images). She is currently working on an album which she is producing and creating herself – exploring ideas of DIY, indie, Lo-Fi and demo music.
In 2013 launched her debut EP at the Vanguard in Sydney. She then toured overseas as an independent artist performing at Singer songwriter Cape may in New Jersey, USA, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and other UK venues including The Old Queens Head in London. Fleur has also performed at the Gulgong Folk Festival, This is Not Art Festival and The Sydney Fringe Festival.
In 2014, Fleur was selected for Push Songs, a mentoring program funded by the Victorian Government and APRA. Fleur’s music has been used on short-films and compilations including “My Little Tornado” by Nicola Walkerden (Sydney), “Independent No. 1s” (India) and Pulp Productions’ film “Victims of Fun” (USA). Her music is currently being used for a film by Unraveled (Los Angeles) and on a compilation by Erzetich Audio in Slovenia.