With poetic grit reminiscent of PJ Harvey, Melbourne Singer-Songwriter and Bassist Suzanne Kinsella, has shared the stage with the likes of Gotye, Deborah Conway, Dallas Frasca and Liz Stringer, and toured and performed in Australia, Canada and New York. Suzanne has performed at a number of esteemed Australian festivals including Woodford Folk Festival and Queenscliffe Music Festival, and in 2014 released her compelling Indie Pop debut album, 'The Conversation'. Launched at The Toff in Town Melbourne (supported by Nussy and Damon Smith), Suzanne's endearing and dynamic vocals are the heart and soul of this album, whilst her groove infused bass playing brings to mind the melodic lines of Paul McCartney and Meshell Ndegeocello.


"...The Conversation is what it says it is, a conversation put to some great indie pop music..." - James Irvine, 97.9 Valley FM

Suzanne's second offering, a five track EP entitled 'Surrender’, was recorded in 2016/2017 and written for her first born son, Hendrix, documenting motherhood and the journey to keep one's artistic identity in tact.

In December 2018 Suzanne broadened her artistic work and flexed her muscles as a educator (BMus, Grad DipEd) releasing her first children's audio eBook entitled 'Paper Daisies' that contains eight children's songs and beautiful botanical imagery. Limited edition art prints also accompanied the release. Suzanne is looking towards the release of her second eBook entitled ‘Sweet William’ in early 2022.

Songwriting Credits:

2016 - Finalist in the AIMA (Australian Independent Music Awards) for songs 'Just a Little Shove' and 'Don't Flirt'

2017 - Finalist in the American Songwriting Awards for song 'A Little Crazy' (Unsigned Category)

2017 - Melbourne Semi-finalist in Listen Up Australia Songwriting Competition for song 'A Little Crazy'

2017 - Shortlisted in the 'Rock Indie' category for Australian Songwriting Contest for song 'A Little Crazy'

2019 - Third prize winner in the Children's/Novelty/Comedy - Song of the Year for The Song Comp (Songsalive Australia!) 2018/2019, for her children's song 'Watching Cars'

2019 - First prize winner in the 2019 American Songwriting Awards for song 'Watching Cars' - Children's Songs Category

2019 - Shortlisted in the 'Songs for Children' category for Australian Songwriting Contest for song 'Watching Cars’

2020 - Top 100 placing in The Songwriting Prize - Listen Up Music

2020 - Top 30 placing in The Australian Songwriting Contest - Children’s Category - ‘Mornings are for dreaming’

Other releases Suzanne can be heard on...

Sabrina and the Red Vans (Melbourne, Australia) - Cheap Romance


Cat Canteri (Melbourne, Australia) - When we were young


Gary Hodges (Melbourne, Australia)

Brendan Hains (Melbourne, Australia)

Suzanne also works as a session musician providing voice overs, songwriting/voice coaching and her services as a vocalist and bassist.