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Solid Rock featuring Shane Howard
You Can't See Black In The Dark - Official Lyric Video
Forgotten Australia



Since entering the Australian music scene in 2003, Yorta Yorta descendent Scott Darlow has been a mainstay of Australia’s Indigenous and independent music industry. The versatile singer-songwriter, guitarist, and didgeridoo player has sold more than 50,000 albums worldwide and has extensively toured Australia, the UK,Asia and the USA.

Darlow has released four albums to-date; two with his first band "The Darlow Show," and most recent as a solo artist. His landmark album, Sorry, released November 2016 to critical acclaim with Rolling Stone describing the album as, “...front-foot rock, oozing in confidence and honesty...Since that release, Darlow has continued to release music and continued to be supported heavily by commercial and community radio all over Australia. Since 2016, Darlow has had 7 singles added to high rotation nation wide on the Triple M network. Darlow has continued to tour nationally, headlining his own shows, opening for the likes of Jimmy Barnes and Eskimo Joe and playing festivals like Under the southern skys. In 2020, Darlow was signed to music legend Michael Gudinskis personal reord label, Reclusive Records. Scott Darlow was to become the last artist Gudinski signed.

2023 has seen Darlow release the second single from a forthcoming album, a track that features Jezebels front woman Hayley Mary called “Deadly Heart”. There will be another two singles throughout the year and then album in October.Darlow will headline a national tour which will see him drive around Ausrtralia for 4 months, simultaneously playing and speaking in schools and prisons, playing rock shows in venues around the country with his band, and making a documentary that focuses on the uniqueness, beauty and depth of culture found in the 300 different nations that make up what we now call Australia.

Darlow is a passionate Indigenous educator and activist, regularly speaking in 100+ schools globally each year all over Australia, the UK and Asia. Darlow also uses his music and speaking skills to entertain and educate corporate audiences Australia wide about his First Nations culture, Australian history, racial tolerance, harmony and important social matters. His key word "FLUTE" (Forgiveness, Love, Understanding, Tolerance and Empathy) has become so popular that schools and businesses have included it in their curriculums and charters.



“I have believed in Scott Darlow for many years and it feels incredibly fitting that the first release for Reclusive is Scott’s extremely poignant and timely song ‘You Can’t See Black In The Dark" - Michael Gudinski

Darlow leaves no space for subtly on Sorry, spreading his plainspoken prose equally across introspective evaluations and — as expected, given his history as an indigenous activist and World Vision spokesperson — a prominent political edge. – Rolling Stone Australia



Scott has been touring Australia and overseas for years as a speaker as well as a musician.

He has built a reputation as someone who can connect with both school age youth and corporate audiences alike, and communicate with them about his indigenous culture, Australian history, racial tolerance, harmony and important social matters. His key word "FLUTE" (Forgiveness, Love, Understanding, Tolerance and Empathy) has become so popular that schools and businesses have begun including it in their curriculums and charters.

Download an information PDF here, and get in touch if you’d like Scott Darlow to put one of his unique sessions at your school or business place.


Scott's presentations are available now online!

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