Sarah McLeod began her career as the lead singer/guitarist in 90's rock band The Superjesus. After winning 3 ARIAS and selling over 200,000 records, McLeod went on to release a solo record called 'Beauty Was A Tiger' . The lead single was a duet with The Living End's Chris Cheney called Private School Kid.
She then moved her musical interests toward electronic music and began a series of dance collaborations with dj's from all over the globe, notably the track He Doesn't Love You which was number one in Eastern Europe for 16 weeks.
She lived in London and New York for a few years then returned to Australia to embark on a series of solo acoustic tours. She released an album with side project band 'Screaming Bikini' and a live acoustic album with Baby Animals drummer Mick Skelton.
In 2013 she released an EP called 96% Love Song Book , which was a record she wrote inspired by her favourite sounds of the 50's and 60's , it included an acapella baber shop quartet number called The Greatest Pretender.
Of late she has been collaborating with the Tea Party front man Jeff Martin, releasing the single Man The Life Boats and doing a series of national tours.
2015 saw her reuniting with her old band mates The Superjesus . With the release of their new single The Setting Sun and the national sold out “She Who Rock’s” tour with the Baby Animals. A new album is scheduled for release through Golden Robot Records in 2016.
2015 saw her reuniting with her old band mates The Superjesus . With the release of their new single’s The Setting Sun and St Peters Lane and the national sold out “She Who Rock’s” tour with the Baby Animals.
Sarah is now planning a 3 month relocation to New York early in the new year to write a new rock album which is scheduled for release through Golden Robot Records in 2016.
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