Extended Play was Wigmore’s first EP. It was produced by Tony Buchen (Blue King Brown, The Whitlams, Macromantics, Kid Confucius) and contains the tracks “Hallelujah”, “These Roses”, “SOS”, “Under My Skin”, and “Easy Come Easy Go”. Released in 2008, it has peaked at number ten in the New Zealand charts. The EP was certified Gold in New Zealand on June 7, 2009, selling over 7,500 copies.
Extended Play was released in Australia on 2 August 2008 by Island Records. Wigmore was the first artist signed with Island Records, a partner company with Universal Music Group, Australia.
The EP features renowned Australian musician John Butler on ukulele on Wigmore’s song “SOS”.
Wigmore toured with Australian artist, Pete Murray, on his national tour in August/September 2008. Wigmore toured in 2008, including at the Cross Town Revue in Auckland, New Zealand, and in December 2008, toured with musicians John Mellencamp and Sheryl Crow in New Zealand.
Wigmore’s sister, Lucy Wigmore, played Justine Jones in the long running New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street.
Recent work has seen her featured in the song and video of the new group, Smashproof, also from Auckland, New Zealand. The song, “Brother”, was released in early 2009.
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