UNIFIED Music Group are proud to announce they have signed CLEWS for worldwide artist management. The Sydney-based indie rock duo, comprising of Lily and Grace Richardson, will be managed under the guidance of Eddie Deal who is behind the global success of Trophy Eyes.

“Holy smokes, this is an exciting time for us,” says the Richardson sisters. “We feel so lucky to have been taken under UNIFIED’s wing and we want to make everyone there proud.”

Jaddan Comerford, Founder and CEO of UNIFIED says: “We are over the moon to have the privilege of working with such talented songwriters and performers in Lily & Grace. We can’t wait to see what the future holds, and help CLEWS achieve their dreams as artists.” 

CLEWS join a wealth of talent in the UNIFIED Artist Management pillar, which is home to esteemed acts Vance Joy, Amy Shark, Illy, Violent Soho, The Kite Sting Tangle, Nina Las Vegas, Tash Sultana, REMI and more.

Born in Mollymook, NSW and raised on the anthemic ballads of the ‘90s, CLEWS craft harmonious songs with big choruses that will make your heart explode. Although the siblings have been singing together since they could talk, they’ve only recently started recording their songs. They quietly released their first single “Feel” and, without any expectation of what it may do, the song received an unexpected amount of love online and on triple j. Since the release of “Feel”, the sisters have spent the past year refining their skills on the live circuit and in the studio, emerging with their brand-new hook rollercoaster “Museum”.

Upon its release, “Museum” received a number of spins of triple j, was added to rotation on Unearthed Radio and earned the sisters Artist Spotlight on the station. The video for “Museum” premiered via Unearthed and can be viewed below.

On the live front, CLEWS have signed with 123 Agency for bookings. Earlier this week, the band was announced as main support on the Maddy Jane EP tour this April, and they will also appear at Big Pineapple Music Festival in May.

“Museum” is out now (independent)