Vulture Psychology Test: Robyn Dawson of Mosman Alder
It’s all happening for Brisbane’s Mosman Alder at the moment. They’ve just dropped their glorious debut EP Burn Bright, have announced their maiden national tour and are also billed for Splendour in the Grass for the second consecutive year.
When band violinist and resident Scot Robyn Dawson phoned in for a chat, we also sprung her with some Word Association. Our full interview with the lovely Ms Dawson is coming, but in the meantime, here’s how she handled our psychosis test.
Jameson. If I can’t get anything better, like a nice old malt but Jameson is usually not aiming too high.
Rakes. So many leaves raked over our EP. Our EP session is all I think about when I think about Gardening.
Oh no! All I can think about is candles! Oh god, just light a candle when you listen to it. It makes it romantic
Hoping you can hear yourself on stage!
Oh god, hopefully not too much debauchery.
Would be amazing.
That reminds of, it’s not really a word it’s a story but all of us got to go to a festival, I can’t remember what it was called, one of the ones in Brisbane [later identified as Sunset Sounds] and right as their opening song came on it started thundering down with rain. Which is just perfect for The National.
One Direction? Oh god. What is that? Should I know that?
Too much red wine.