The ethereal soundscape of Zoe Blume

The ethereal soundscape of Zoe Blume

Apr 17, 2024

We recently connected with the talented Zoe Blume, aka Zuzzy, Diddy, Didzy, Zo; a Sydney based singer and model.

Zoe opens up and shares an insight into the natural tapestry of her everyday pursuits and her beautiful world.

Get to know Zoe below!



Have you got a nickname?

Hey! Yes I do.. I have a few! My boyfriend calls me Zuzzy and my mum calls my Diddy or Didzy. A lot of people call me Zo too!

How would your friends describe you?

Caring, kind, funny, fun, sassy (haha I asked around for this one)

Star sign?



Where do you currently live and who with?

I just moved back into mum and dads at Newport with my boyfriend before we travel this year!

Have you been there most of your life?

No..I grew up out in Glenorie, NSW on a hobby farm then moved to the Northern Beaches of Sydney as a teenager.

What do you currently do for work?

Currently full time modelling and playing music.


What do you get up to when you’re not at work?

I try to get into nature as much as possible, so probably at the beach or going for a walk. I also spend a lot of time creating music, cooking, practicing yoga, going to the markets and surfing.




How would you describe your style?

I love fashion and style, I think it’s a Libra trait. However, I don’t think I have one particular style. I love mixing it up a lot. I have always loved vintage so I base a lot of my style around what my favourite piece of the moment is. Sometimes you’ll find me in my favourite Japanese kimono over a Nagnata set and sometimes I’ll be in my vintage mules with flare jeans and my Gucci bag. It’s all about diversity for me.


We adore your art, you are so clever!
What sparked your interest in music? Have you always wanted to be a singer?

I’ve always loved music and it’s always had a deeply moving affect on me. I always knew I wanted to be a singer growing up but I think I was a bit too shy to sing in front of anyone. My first instrument was actually the saxophone and I played in big bands for a few years until I found my voice and joined the choir. However, I was always writing music growing up. A lot of my songs are heavily influenced by my upbringing on a farm. The first song I remember writing was called ‘little blue bird’ when I was 10.

What helps you when you’re lacking in creative inspiration?

Time off and taking myself away from any pressure of writing. A close friend who is an artist told me “You can’t force magic it shows up when the time is right” and it’s true.. my best songs show up when I’m in the flow and it feels natural.

Tell us a little bit about your EP? How would you describe your music?

My latest EP is called ‘Wonderland’. It showcases 4 songs I recorded in the studio late last year. 2023 was a really challenging year for me. It forced me to step back and to find out who I really am amongst all of the things I thought I had to be. (Growing up in the modelling industry).. I journaled a lot in hopes to uncover my most authentic self and some of the songs off the EP are poems that I wrote during that time. Themes of beauty that can be found, hidden within the muddy emotions that come with being a deep feeling human. The songs sound super ethereal and jazzy with deep undertones. I love this juxtaposition it feels like an ode to that time in my life.


How do you balance your modelling work and music?

You always find time for the things you love!

What are your daily rituals?

I’m not a human that can do the same thing everyday. Even though sometimes I would like to be! However I do make sure that everyday I move my body, get into nature, breath, meditate, eat nourishing foods and spend time with people I love.

What is your approach to self-care?

My Bali diver/bestie Gusti says “look good feel good” and it’s so true. I’ve always loved self care.. facials, Accupuncture, massages, supplements, holistic therapy’s, body oil and aroma therapy, spinal flow, daily abhyanga the list goes onnn! I’m a bit obsessed.

Meal on rotation?

I’m currently working with my Ayurvedic practitioner Dr. Shivani. So most mornings start with a warming nourishing meal like rice pudding, quinoa porridge or chia pudding. I’m also eating a lotttt of Dhal. Loving it though!




What are you currently reading?
I’m currently reading ‘The body keeps the score’ it’s a really heavy book… but it’s really interesting.









Something you can’t live without? My journal and my telecaster guitar.

What are you currently obsessed with listening to?
I go through a lot of phases with my music.. right now I’m loving J.J Cale.



How do you go approach getting dressed?

I love to get dressed after I’ve had a nice warm shower and put my favourite AYU body oil on. It really depends on what I’m getting dressed for… but I gravitate to whatever feels natural, comfortable and cool.


Favourite items in your wardrobe?

My kimono, my perfect pair of Levi’s (found these in a car boot sale down south in

Bermagui), my Nagnata pieces, my vintage brown jacket with a fur collar I found in London, my mums bumbag from the 70s, my Grandmas jewellery I wear almost everyday, stripy oversized men’s shirts… the list goes on. Very grateful for everything in my closet.


How do you feel when you wear your Après pieces?

I feel feminine but also really cool in my own way. I love how unique the collections are.. wearing the pieces in the studio to perform my songs live really complimented the whole vibe. Plus I felt amazing wearing them! I can’t wait to share the live performance in my favourite Après threads.


Zoe's latest release, 'Alice' has been released into the world for us all to enjoy. It is available to stream here on spotify.




Zoe has curated a playlist to spark your creativity and refresh your high rotation. Listen HERE.
       Thankyou Zoe

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