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Adalita, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Adalita, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Adalita Releases All Day Venus FIRST LISTEN

by Paul Cashmere on July 8, 2013

in News

Adalita has released the first taste of her second solo album with the song ‘All Day Venus’.

The former Magic Dirt singer has slipped the song out quietly stating, “I’m in the middle of mixing the new album but it’s time to hear a new song and it’s time to play.
The first track, All Day Venus, is a good indication of how the rest of the album is going to sound. Louder, basically. I’m heading up the East Coast for three solo shows in early August to road test the new songs in solo mode. I’m super excited and I really can’t wait.”

More details of the yet-to-be titled album are expected over coming weeks.

Meanwhile Adalita has announced three shows for fans to hear her new music.

Dates are:

August 2, Melbourne, The Tote
August 3, Sydney, GoodGod
August 8, Brisbane, Black Bear Lodge

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