The sassy dance trio return with an exciting new single called 'Someday'
After two Top 40 hits, including the Top 5 smash Summer Rain, the girls are back with another uplifting dance anthem called Someday. Written by Slinkee Minx in collaboration with Ivan Gough (I Want You, The Fruit remixes), and produced by Melbourne based Sterling (Closer, Careless Whisper), this latest offering is an explosive electro house track that holds all the elements you'd expect to hear from such a talented and diverse sounding group. Lyrically, Someday is sure to strike a chord with many, while their warm and powerful vocals will leave you wanting more!
Annemarie Failla, Michelle Palmer and Belinda Tartaglia are the talented trio who make up Slinkee Minx.
Drawn together firstly by friendship and then by a shared interest in music, their passion for performing and songwriting is evident. With two previous original releases already under their belt (Tell Me, Closer), Someday seems the perfect following to further illustrate their strong songwriting abilities and impressive vocal range. Musically, the girls are influenced by a diverse range of artists from Stevie Wonder and Jamiroquai through to the European flavours of Modjo and Moloko. It is this diversity, which lends itself to Slinkee Minx's unique sound.
2005 remains a busy period for the group. Since their debut, Slinkee Minx have had a strong impact on the local dance scene in Australia, scoring a Number 1 Dance Hit with Summer Rain (the highest selling dance single of 2004) and achieving a Top 10 Dance Hit with Closer. The girls have continued to tour the country with their live shows, further winning them new fans! It is this passion, drive and enthusiasm for live performances that is fast earning them a reputation for becoming one of the hottest live dance acts in the country. Sexy, energetic and crowd pleasing, Slinkee Minx continue to prove their versatility in live performances - whether it be an intimate acoustic set (which is mostly uncommon and unheard of for a dance act!) or a live, fully choreographed show. A personal highlight for the group so far this year, was performing at the 20th Anniversary SAFM Sky Show in Adelaide in front of approximately 150,000 people.
In addition to touring, Slinkee Minx have continued to support a range of charities and fundraising events with performances at the Reach and Lighthouse Foundation Balls to name but a few, as well as a televised acoustic performance at this year's Channel 7 Royal Children's Hospital Good Friday Appeal.
In between their live touring schedule, the girls have also found time to continue writing and recording for their much anticipated debut album, which is due for release later this year.