Boo Seeka will take his new single on the road later this year.
Boo Seeka has revealed a new single which sees the electro-pop artist departing from his usual sound.
Titled ‘Tripwire’, the track comes hand in hand with a video clip and a national tour announcement.
What you need to know
- Boo Seeka will embark on a national tour on Friday September 24
- He’ll stop in at Richmond’s Corner Hotel on Thursday September 30 and Friday October 1 (sold out)
- Tickets are on sale now
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The acoustic single is a huge change of pace for Boo Seeka and sees him wearing his heart on his sleeve as he mourns the loss of normalcy we’re all experiencing amidst the pandemic.
“Writing on an acoustic guitar has always been a part of my process and usually, it would just be used to figure out the chords and structure of the song, and then it would be built into an electronic track,” he explains.
“With ‘Tripwire’, we used the same template, but nothing we built sonically got close to the emotion, and the rawness of the acoustic version.”
Boo Seeka says the single is indicative of the sonic diversity displayed across his forthcoming album, though he’s otherwise remaining tight-lipped about his next record.
To celebrate the release, he’ll head on a national tour next month, stopping in at Richmond’s Corner Hotel on September 30 and October 1 (sold out), as well as playing shows in Byron Bay, Brisbane, Sydney, Hobart, Launceston, Adelaide and Perth.
Watch the film clip for ‘Tripwire’ below.
‘Tripwire’ is out now. Catch Boo Seeka at Corner Hotel on Thursday September 30. Tickets are on sale now.