Look out! Big news for Jess Mauboy fans today, with confirmation that the songstress will release a brand new single next week.
The track is called ‘To The End Of The Earth’ and it’s the first single to be lifted from the singer’s third studio album, which Jess hints we’ll see towards the end of the year.
‘To The End Of The Earth’ was co-written by Jess and Jaden Michaels, Ben Berger & Ryan McMahon in Los Angeles and produced by LA outfit Captain Cuts. It’s been described today as an “up tempo pop track that has its feet firmly on the dance floor”.
She’ll have a pretty captive audience for her first live performance of the track too – at this Wednesday’s Rugby State Of Origin decider; the same day the single will be made available at digital retail.
Speaking of ‘To The End Of The Earth’, it’s almost where her (also just-announced) national tour is set to take her, with a slew of live dates (including regional centres) locked in for both later this year and early next.
“I am incredibly pumped to be getting out and performing again,” Jess said in a statement today. “It’s so exciting to be sharing all my new music and I can’t wait for everyone to hear it. I am going to take you on a whole other journey!”
Tickets for all dates below are on sale from 2pm on Monday August 05.
November 02 : Perth (Perth Arena)
November 07 : Adelaide (Entertainment Centre)
November 09 : Melbourne (The Plenary)
November 13 : Wollongong (WIN Entertainment Centre)
November 14 : Newcastle (Entertainment Centre)
November 15 : Sydney (Star Event Centre)
November 17 : Darwin (Entertainment Centre)
November 19 : Brisbane (Convention & Exhibition Centre)
November 20 : Gold Coast (Jupiter’s Theatre)
November 22 : Caloundra (Events Centre)
November 24 : Bundaberg (Moncrieff Theatre)
November 26 : Rockhampton (Pilbeam Theatre)
November 27 : Mackay (Entertainment Centre)
November 29 : Townsville (Entertainment Centre)
January 08 : Toowoomba (Empire Theatre)
January 09 : Coffs Harbour (C-ex)
January 10 : Lismore (Lismore Workers Club)
January 11 : Port Macquarie (Glasshouse)
January 12 : Tamworth (Entertainment Centre)
January 14 : Forster (Club Forster)
January 17 : Penrith (Evans Theatre)
January 18 : Canberra (AIS)
January 19 : Albury (Entertainment Centre)
January 21 : Shepparton (Eastbank Centre)
January 22 : Bendigo (Bendigo Stadium)
January 23 : Ballarat (Wendouree Centre For Performing Arts)
January 24 : Geelong (Geelong Arena)