Seeker Lover Keeper is an Australian indie rock music supergroup formed by Sarah Blasko, Sally Seltmann and Holly Throsby in August 2010. The trio each have separate solo careers as singer-songwriters. The group's first album, which is self-titled, was released on 3 June 2011 through Dew Process/UMA.
On 12 June 2011, the album debuted at No. 3 on the ARIA Albums Chart. The album was a surprise success, peaking higher than any former release from Blasko, Seltmann or Throsby. According to The Official ARIA Charts, the album has since been certified gold for shipment of over 35,000 copies. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2011, Seeker Lover Keeper was nominated for 'Best Adult Alternative Album'.
Seeker Lover Keeper also scored two songs in Triple J Hottest 100 of 2011. "Light All My Lights" came in at #86 and "Even Though I'm A Woman" came in at #17.
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In August 2010 indie rock trio, Seeker Lover Keeper, was formed by Australian solo artists Sarah Blasko, Sally Seltmann and Holly Throsby. Each has a separate solo career as a singer-songwriter. They recorded material in New York and issued the self-titled album on 3 June 2011, which peaked at number three on the ARIA Albums Chart. The group issued three singles, each with an accompanying music video, that featured each individual as the lead singer, "Light All My Lights" (Blasko), "Even Though I'm a Woman" (Throsby) and "On My Own" (Seltmann).
In November, Seltmann, Blasko and Throsby each provided a cover version of songs by Neil Finn and Tim Finn on the They Will Have Their Way Tour (see They Will Have Their Way) with various artists including Clare Bowditch, Lior, Paul Dempsey and Alexander Gow (of Oh Mercy) also appearing. Seltmann accompanied herself on a piano for her rendition of "Four Seasons in One Day", later Seeker Lover Keeper performed "Sinner" from Neil's 1998 album Try Whistling This. By year's end each had returned to their respective solo careers. In March 2012, Seltmann supported an Australian tour by Bon Iver.