Coffs Coast musician keeping busy with creative pursuits through lockdown

‘Out of Tune’ album cover with Kailey Pallas. Photo: Sam Dyball.


Coffs Harbour musician Kailey Pallas has been busy during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Just before isolation, Kailey stocked up on some new music equipment from her sponsor, The Coffs Harbour Guitar Shop.

Kailey said, “I especially loved playing around with my new guitar and loop pedal, which I’m now excited to introduce into my performances.”

During isolation she also ran an online segment through Facebook called the ‘Isolation Station’, in which she interviewed a range of different musicians.

Kailey said she is aiming to bring the Isolation Station back soon to her Facebook page, ‘Kailey Pallas Music’, featuring some incredible performances by talented artists.

‘Out of Tune’ is Kaileys newest single and she is hoping that when people hear it, they feel empowered.

It is a strong and soulful song that was put together with the help of Pete, Sam and Lee Dyball at the Valley Sounds Recording studio.

“The inspiration for this song was based on a relationship that just wasn’t right and they both knew it, standing up for what you believe in, knowing yourself worth and letting go of something if you know it’s not right for you.

“My ideas and inspirations for new songs can happen anytime and in the weirdest places, so I always carry a book and pen with me, so I can write the ideas down straight away, so I don’t forget,” Kailey said,

Her single ‘Out of Tune’ was recently aired on Amplified on Channel 9Go and is available now on Spotify, Apple Music, Soundcloud, iheartradio and more.

Visit Kaileys website for more information at

See Kailey play at The Hoey Moey on Sunday 20th September from 1pm.


By Natalie Gill


Kailey Pallas modelling. Photo: Ben Adams, BlankAve Studios.


Kailey Pallas promoting her work.


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