Phoebe Go drops new single Stupid and announces Australian headline shows

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Phoebe Go drops new single Stupid and announces Australian headline shows

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Phoebe Go is embarking on an exciting new chapter with the release of her debut solo album, Marmalade, slated to drop on May 17.

As anticipation mounts, Phoebe Go has unveiled her latest single, Stupid, offering a tantalizing glimpse into the forthcoming record and setting the stage for an unforgettable tour experience.

Stupid showcases Phoebe’s haunting vocals and introspective lyrics against a backdrop of stripped-back production, inviting listeners into a world of vulnerability and emotional depth. The song, born out of frustration and raw honesty, serves as a testament to Phoebe’s ability to craft deeply personal yet universally relatable music.

Phoebe Go 2024 Australia Tour

  • June 6 – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne
  • June 20 – Phoenix Central Park, Sydney
  • June 22 – SILO, Brisbane

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In tandem with the single release, Phoebe has announced the Marmalade Album Tour, a series of headline shows scheduled for June in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane. With her full band in tow, Phoebe promises an intimate and mesmerizing live experience, bringing the soul-stirring melodies and poignant storytelling of Marmalade to life on stage.

Fans can expect an evening of raw emotion and sonic exploration as Phoebe takes them on a journey through her debut album, showcasing the vulnerability and bravery that define her music. Tickets for the tour are available now, offering audiences the chance to witness Phoebe’s captivating performance in some of Australia’s most iconic venues.

Following the album tour, Phoebe will join forces with Teenage Dads for the Majordomo headline tour in August and September, further solidifying her presence in the music scene and promising even more opportunities for fans to experience her unique sound live.

With critical acclaim already pouring in from esteemed outlets like Triple J, 10 Magazine, Wonderland Magazine, and Russh Magazine, Phoebe Go’s solo venture is poised to make waves in the contemporary Australian music landscape.

As she prepares to hit the road and share her debut album with audiences across the country, Phoebe invites music lovers to join her on an unforgettable journey of self-discovery and musical exploration.

Phoebe Go in support of Teenage Dads

  • August 23 – The Tivoli, Brisbane
  • August 24 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney
  • August 31 – The Gov, Adelaide
  • September 1 – Max Watts, Melbourne
  • September 13 –  Hobart Uni, Tasmania
  • September 14 – Forum, Melbourne

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