Indie folk singer-songwriter Kim Yang writes songs that speak from her experiences as a partner, a daughter, a traveller and an insecure soul. Her ethereal blend of sounds balances delicately between vulnerability and power.

Her first single of 2020 Garden of Eden was aired on triple J radio and received 4.5 stars from Roots ‘n’ All host, Nkechi Anele, who said: ‘Kim Yang is a force of nature, and she humbles me’. In late 2020 Kim released her latest single ‘Dominoes', which was premiered on triple J radio's Roots 'n’ All.

Kim performed at the National Folk Festival, Good Folk 2021, Enlighten Festival, and Stage88 Australia Day Concert with James Reyne, Daryl Braithwaite, Kingswood and Fanny Lumsden in 2021.

Kim’s actively involved in the ACT music community; she organised the International Women's Day Concert 2020, gathering female musicians of Canberra and the general public. Kim shares her musical talent with bands such as Muddy Wolfe and Iboga Gazebo (Richard Ploog, former member of The Church). In 2019 Kim went on tour for her debut EP Ocean of Mind after a sold-out EP launch. She has supported ARIA and APRA-awarded artists Tori ForsythJosh Pyke and Ben Lee on their tours to Canberra.

“I used to be a shy person. I buried my feelings and refused to open up to others. But music and songwriting have helped me express myself. My mission is to encourage all people to be comfortable with themselves, and to be confident enough to embrace their passions and share their stories. Once you do you will find that your stories and experiences resonate with many others. After all, you are not alone” (Kim Yang)


Breathe taking; I felt like Kim had grabbed me by the hand and carried me through an amazing secret garden. There is a stillness in this much like walking through a forest, aware of how small we are in comparison to nature. It's humbling. Kim Yang is a force of nature, and she humbles me.”

Nkechi Anele, Triple J radio

Kim Yang creates music for the soul. With her ethereal blend of sounds, she creates music that balances delicately between vulnerability and power. It feels simultaneously grounded and exploratory; it’s rooted in acoustic folk, but reaches far wider...”

Happy Mag, Sydney

Kim Yang is an outstanding singer/songwriter who bridges cultures with songs about her experiences in both Taiwan and Australia. Kim made her first appearance at the National Folk Festival in 2019 exciting and engaging audiences with her fresh and honest style. I’m sure this will be the first of many”

Pam Merrigan, Artistic Director, National Folk Festival

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Photo by Josh McTackett

Photo by Josh McTackett

Photo by Corinna and Dylan Kovacevic

Photo by Corinna and Dylan Kovacevic

Photo by Dayna Ransley

Photo by Dayna Ransley

Photo by Chris Walsh

Photo by Chris Walsh


Iboga Gazebo

Equinox single (June 2020)
Twenty-third Eye (April 2020)

Muddy Wolfe band

2018 - 2020

Kim Yang was a member of Canberra Blues Rock band Muddy Wolfe.
Kim wrote and performed Life of a Working Man in the Muddy Wolfe Vol. 1 EP


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