Worth the Wait
I Can't Get Last Night Out of My Head
On Measurements, it’s his own morality that Didirri Peters is sizing up. The singer/songwriter spent months holed-up in a northern Melbourne shed while writing his debut EP, pouring himself into acoustic tracks about self-reflection, his struggle for happiness (“Jude”), and heartbreak—on “Blind You,” he reads out real-life text exchanges between himself and an ex-girlfriend, distorting them with static to obscure the words. For Didirri, his music acts as catharsis and healing. The artist has claimed to find closure through his songwriting, and his confessions add serious depth to an emotional first release.