ENOLA has joined the Our Golden Friend Management roster, alongside current management acts Bonnie Knight, Chitra, Elizabeth, Georgia Maq, Good Morning and RVG.
In addition to the news of ENOLA's signing, Our Golden Friend welcomes Ethan Harvey to the team who will be co-managing ENOLA alongside owner / director Lorrae McKenna.
On signing ENOLA Lorrae says “I’m really excited to welcome both Ethan and ENOLA to the OGF family and I am very much looking forward to co-managing ENOLA alongside Ethan who has done such a brilliant job managing their career up until this point. ENOLA is an incredible force on stage and I can’t wait to see what the future holds and am very excited to be a part of the journey.”
Speaking on joining the Our Golden Friend team alongside ENOLA, Ethan adds "I am very grateful & excited to be joining such a wonderful team at Our Golden Friend. The roster & what Lorrae has built at and with OGF is amazing, and I have a lot of admiration for her as a person; to have the ability to now work alongside her is something I am really happy about.
"I am also really excited to team up with Lorrae on an artist I have been working with, ENOLA. Ruby (ENOLA) is such a driven, talented and passionate person, and I am so pleased for them to have this opportunity. There are a lot of big things to come for ENOLA and this is just the start"
Creating raw and powerful music out of Naarm/Melbourne, ENOLA brings a modern telling of post-punk, grunge and shoegaze. Following the release of their debut EP by Burning Rose Records in 2019, a new cathartic post-punk scream comes from ENOLA, evolving from an electronic production background. From the most tender ballads to criminally heavy grunge ENOLA traverses the rollercoaster of emotions in their set with poignant and uninhibited vocals that are brought to the spotlight with the energy of a full band.
After spending the last year performing live across Australia, a new album scheduled for release in 2022 will reflect a new era in ENOLA’s music. Recently supporting RVG and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, their performances bring a wild energy that feels like it could splinter apart at any moment. ENOLA comes from their birth name and strongly ties back to consistent themes of isolation in their work. With a vocal delivery similar to Kurt Cobain meets Alan Vega, the urgency of IDLES and atmosphere of Joy Division; ENOLA carves out their own distinct sound, emerging as one of Australia’s most exciting performers