For someone who is completing her year 12 studies this year, Trinity Woodhouse has already achieved some incredible successes. After the bouncy single 'Bouquet', Woodhouse brings grown up, gritty realism in her new single 'Don't You Know', out now.
Woodhouse channels her frustration and pours her emotion out into this compelling song. She explains: "This song is one that I am extremely proud of. While I have written songs based off of emotion before, I hadn't connected to one I had written quite as deeply as this song, and that feeling is amazing- to know that the emotion behind this song is 100% honest and true to me."
'Don't You Know' was recorded in Sydney with producer, Josh Schuberth at Endomusia Productions, with the video being filmed on Woodhouse's home turf in Cessnock, NSW. She explains: "The video was shot by Luke at Electric Light Films. We filmed it at Hotel Cessnock, in one of the back rooms and it was so incredible. I spent the day surrounded by people who were there to support my music, and it made the day a lot less stressful. The day was a lot of fun, and I got to spend the whole time in the spotlight and following my exact vision for the video."
Woodhouse's previous single 'Bouquet' has already gathered plenty of attention, receiving over 19k streams on Spotify, with airplay on stations including Kix Country, Today's Country 94One, Australian Country Radio and Country Capital Radio. It also reached #3 on the iTunes Country Singles Charts and #35 on the iTunes All Genre Charts.
Woodhouse grew up singing around the campfire and she has developed a strong voice that is informed by her years of performing. She was a graduate of the Country Music Association of Australia's Junior Academy and she can cite nine-time Golden Guitar winner and fellow Hunter Valley local Lyn Bowtell as her singing coach and mentor.
The Newcastle Herald has said about Woodhouse: "Like any smart and passionate artist Trinity Woodhouse always has her ears open to learning." She has already been learning from the best, co-writing, and performing alongside Troy Kemp and Allan Caswell. She's performed at various festivals including the Tamworth Country Music Festival, Macksville Music Muster and the Gympie Music Muster where she was a semi-finalist in the 2019 Talent Quest. She has also won the ICMA Patti McKinnon Award for Emerging Artists and was also awarded the 'Young Female Achiever of the Year' Australia Day Award at the Cessnock area's 2020 Australia Day Ceremony.
'Don't You Know' is Trinity Woodhouse at her most confident and assertive, and is certain to be her biggest success yet.