Tiger Lily Hutchence has called it quits with partner Nick Allbrook after nearly six years of dating.
The 26-year-old daughter of Michael Hutchence briefly resurfaced last year to release her debut album, Tragic Tiger’s Sad Meltdown, and confirmed her split from the Australian rocker in her autobiography. Bandcamp page.
“I made this cassette in the living room of our house in Fremantle, a coastal town in Western Australia,” she wrote.
I’ve always been shy about singing with others but I move around the world and my ex Nick gave me some courage.
Added Tiger Lilly: ‘Something about living so close to nature meant I felt creative and open. It was as if the wide open landscapes of Australia had finally given my heart enough room to open properly.
Tiger Lily Hutchence (left) has called it quits with boyfriend Nick Albrook (right), after nearly six years of dating
She also paid a heartfelt tribute to her late sister Peaches, who died of a heroin overdose in 2014.
Tiger Lilly continued, “Most of the songs are about my sister Peaches that I lost as a teenager, so singing it out loud felt really powerful, but my band always made me feel held back.”
According to reports in 2020, Tiger Lily and her ex-partner were engaged after she was seen wearing a ring on her wedding finger.
The 26-year-old daughter of Michael Hutchence made a brief reappearance last year for the release of her debut album, Tragic Tiger’s Sad Meltdown, and confirmed her breakup with the Australian rocker in a bio to her Bandcamp page.
The couple, who used to live together in Fremantle, sent the rumor mill pretty quickly after their housemate uploaded a romantic photo of them kissing.
At the time, a source close to the Hutchence family told Woman’s Day that Tiger Lily was “excited to spend her life” with Nick, a multi-instrumentalist fronting psychedelic rock band Pond and former member of Tame Impala.
Despite the release of new music, Tiger Lily is not interested in the celebrity spotlight.
Tiger (pictured with a friend) also paid a heartfelt tribute to her late sister Peaches, who died of a heroin overdose in 2014.
“She has no interest in becoming famous like her parents, and although she is a singer, it is more of a hobby for her than a career,” said an insider. woman’s Day Last month.
“The world is full of regular reminders that she will never want any part in Michael or Paula’s world.”
In 1997, when Tiger was just 16 months old, her father, Michael, killed himself in a Sydney hotel room at the age of 37.
Despite the release of new music, Tiger Lily is not interested in the celebrity spotlight. “She has no interest in becoming as famous as her parents, and although she is a singer, for her it is more of a hobby than a career,” an insider told Woman’s Day last month.
Her mother, Paula, overdosed on heroin at her home in Notting Hill, London, less than three years later. She was 41 years old.
Tiger was last seen performing on stage in Perth at two separate venues in 2020, singing and playing piano with a female guitarist.
Her life is a surfing, meditation, and yoga paradise — a world away from the gritty celebrity scene enjoyed by her late parents.
In 1997, when Tiger was just 16 months old, her father, Michael Hutchence (pictured), killed himself in a Sydney hotel room at the age of 37.
Last month , Paula Yates’ legacy was once again thrust into the spotlight in the aftermath of the ceremony A two-part documentary that was broadcast on UK Channel 4.
The documentary was going to open old wounds for Tiger, who was only four years old and alone at home with her mother when she found Paula dead.
Tiger raises the alarm when Paula’s friend calls, telling her that she “can’t wake her mom.”
After the death of her parents, Tiger was raised by her ex-stepfather Sir Bob Geldof alongside her three older half-sisters Fifi, Peaches and Pixie.
Tiger’s mother, Paula Yates, overdosed on heroin at her home in Notting Hill, London, less than three years later, at the age of 41. (The family is photographed in Sydney in 1996)