Stem Album of the Week at 3RRR, 2SER, 6RTR, EDGE FM, SYN FM
‘Weakest Link’ single playlisted at JJJ
“She’s an astronaut” The Age EG
“The palette of Pikelet is so wide and expressive, and it’s the thing that makes listening to the entirety of Stem such a joy” Dom Alessio, Mess Noise
“Bewitching. Sumptuous, somersaulting summer music” 4/5 Herald Sun
**** (four stars) Sydney Morning Herald
“Pikelet took the audience on a journey through death and pain, to the simplicity of love and life” Fasterlouder
“Stem is a musical for modern wonderment” 4/5 The Sunday Age
“A wondrous Lewis Carroll-styled musical excursion” Time Off
“Prodigious pop talent” MAG
“toybox soundscapes” Who Weekly
“Beneath all the carefully placed bleeps, bird noises, ticks and shuffling drums are some very fine songs indeed” 4/5 Alternative Media Group
As brilliant reviews like these pile in for Evelyn ‘Pikelet’ Morris’ second album Stem, the Melbourne psych-pop wonder is shaping up to become one of the artists of the year.
After a busy summer spent as national support choice du jour for the cream of international touring bands including Dirty Projectors, Devendra Banhart, Patrick Watson, Frida Hyvonen and Kaki King, Pikelet now has a string of national launches for Stem lined up with her full four-piece band.