Great news for fans of Dami Im today, with the announcement that she’ll drop a new ‘Live Sessions’ EP early in the new year.
Available for pre-order from today (fans doing so get a new grat track), the six track EP brings together a selection of fan favourites, including her former top ten smash ‘Super Love’ and her Eurovision hit ‘Sound Of Silence’, performed live and acoustically.
“I love performing my songs live,” Dami says in a statement. “It’s the only time I can connect with each person on such an intimate level as I share the deepest parts of me.”
That new grat track we mentioned is entitled ‘Dreamer’.
“‘Dreamer’ is a really personal song for me,” she reveals. “At the time I felt like there were so many opinions and voices around me and slowly I was getting lost.
“I wrote the first verse and chorus in fifteen minutes and it felt great to get it off my chest. It’s was the most empowering feeling.”
01. Dreamer (Live)
02. I Hear A Song (Live)
03. Like A Cello (Live)
04. Super Love (Live)
05. Sound Of Silence (Live)
06. Amazing Grace (Live)
But there’s more… you’ll get the chance to catch Dami perform a number of her favourites live as part of her ‘Dreamer’ tour in 2019.
The extensive run of dates kick off at the Ballina RSL on Friday August 02 and wrap up at Belmont 16s on October 26.
Tickets are on sale from Saturday December 01.
August 02 : Ballina (RSL)
August 03 : Grafton (Saraton Theatre)
August 09 : Orange (Civic Theatre)
August 10 : Dubbo (RSL)
August 16 : Armidale (RSL)
August 17 : Forster (Club Forster)
August 23 : Wagga Wagga (Civic Theatre)
August 24 : Albury (Entertainment Centre)
August 30 : Thirroul (Anita’s Theatre)
August 31 : Canberra (Southern Cross Club)
September 06 : Wyong (Arthouse)
September 07 : Port Macquarie (Panthers)
September 27 : Melbourne (The Palms At Crown)
September 28 : Ballarat (Wendouree Centre For Performing Arts)
October 04 : Warrnambool (Lighthouse Theatre)
October 05 : Horsham (Town Hall)
October 06 : Bendigo (Capital Theatre)
October 19 : Brisbane (The Tivoli)
October 24 : Sydney (Metro Theatre)
October 25 : Nelson Bay (Nelson Bay Diggers)
October 26 : Belmont (Belmont 16s)