The pair – who also happen to be a couple – recorded the session at Small Time Group in Melbourne in late February, kicking off with a stripped-back version of ‘Dino’s’. The life-sized cardboard cutout of Dolly Parton from the music video features in the background.
Notably, Gordi plays a refurbished old harmonium throughout the set, the origins of which she discusses in the chat with KEXP host Cheryl Waters.
Watch the full hour-long interview and performance below.
Released last month, ‘Dino’s’ was Lahey and Gordi’s first ever collaboration. On the track, they pay tribute to romance in a favourite Nashville dive bar of theirs.
2020 was a big year for Gordi, who released her sophomore album ‘Our Two Skins’ last June.
Speaking to NME at the time of the record’s release, the artist – who is also a junior doctor – said, “I’ve spent the last eight years doing both music and medicine at a million miles an hour – it’s pretty nice for once to just focus on music”.