Aussie favourite Pete Murray has today revealed that his new album is called ‘Camacho’.
And he’s set to celebrate its release by embarking on a national tour.
Due to land at retailers on June 02, the new album is the singer’s first since 2011’s ‘Blue Sky Blue’ and is preceded by lead single ‘Take Me Down’, which was serviced to media outlets this morning.
In addition to the album announcement, Pete has also revealed he’ll be hitting the road for an extensive tour across the country from the middle of July.
Kicking off on July 12, the tour will make stops in every state and territory.
“I can’t wait to get back out on the road to play these new tracks and of course with with a few old favs as well, with you on my epic 33 date tour,” he said in a statement.
“I’m really excited about playing the new album to everyone for the first time. This tour will be very different to what I have done before so come along and share the experience.”
Tickets for all shows are on sale at 11am on Monday April 10.
July 12 : Lismore (City Hall)
July 13 : Noosaville (Villa Noosa)
July 14 : Brisbane (The Tivoli)
July 20 : Rockhampton (Great Western Hotel)
July 21 : Ipswich (Racehorse Hotel)
July 22 : Gold Coast (The Star)
July 23 : Redland Bay (Redland Bay Hotel)
July 26 : Coffs Harbour (C.ex)
July 27 : Newcastle (Cambridge Hotel)
July 28 : Bateau Bay (Entrance Leagues Club)
July 29 : Sydney (Enmore Theatre)
August 03 : Port Lincoln (Nautilus Theatre)
August 04 : Adelaide (Her Majesty’s Theatre)
August 05 : Warrnambool (Lighthouse Theatre)
August 09 : Shepparton (Eastbank Theatre)
August 10 : Chelsea Heights (Chelsea Heights Hotel)
August 11 : Hobart (Wrest Point Showroom)
August 12 : Launceston (Country Club)
August 17 : Batemans Bay (Soldiers Club)
August 18 : Wollongong (Waves)
August 19 : Canberra (Canberra Theatre)
August 20 : Albury (Beer Deluxe)
August 23 : Bendigo (Ulumbarra Theatre)
August 24 : Ballarat (Regent Multiplex)
August 25 : Melbourne (Forum Theatre)
August 26 : Geelong (Wool Exchange)
September 01 : Geraldton (Wintersun Hotel)
September 02 : Fremantle (Arts Centre)
September 03 : Dunsborough (Dunsborough Tavern)
September 06 : Toowoomba (Empire Theatre)
September 07 : Townsville (The Ville)
September 08 : Cairns (Tanks Arts Centre)
September 09 : Darwin (Darwin Ski Club)