Australian songstress Tia Gostelow brews up some more of her trademark folksy indie rock in her recently released track, “Hunger.” Joining swelling instrumentals with soulful vocal strains, Gostelow knows how to make an impact that lasts. “Hunger” highlights her musical dexterity and skill, taking advantage of soaring melodies to highlight her silky falsetto, followed by a return to the verse with commanding, bright resonance. Affectionately known as “Fleetwood Mac crossed with Björk,” Tia has a sound that’s both comfortingly reminiscent and uniquely her own. “Hunger” is the latest of a series of singles, with rumors of a debut EP on the horizon that’s bound to be a hit. Trust us, this is a release you’ll want to keep tabs on.