Singer-songwriter Angie Hart began her music career with Frente in 1989.
The ARIA award winning, indie-pop band toured internationally throughout the 90's. Angie spent nearly a decade in Los Angeles, playing the live scene and collaborating within the artist community there. Her repeat performances on television cult-classic, Buffy The Vampire Slayer and its off-shoot, Firefly, included a co-write with Joss Whedon on the song 'Blue'. Since returning to Melbourne in 2005, she has released two solo albums, Grounded Bird and Eat My Shadow, a new EP and an anniversary release of Marvin The Album with Frente, and three albums respectively with side-projects, Holidays On Ice and Four Hours Sleep.
She has had works published in the Women Of Letters collections, A Song For The Road edited by Kate Morgan, and pieces commissioned by Going Down Swinging, Lifted Brow and Ampersand magazine. Her stories try to be honest and they come from the heart. She is currently writing her third solo album. People still ask her about 'that' song.