Jeremy Loops lands in Australia for ‘Critical As Water’ tour and announces national support acts

Acclaimed songwriter and performer Jeremy Loops is just weeks off kicking off his long awaited Australian tour, the first opportunity the South African artist has had to introduce his new album, Critical As Water, to fans Down Under.

Since the end of March, Loops has been touring relentlessly through Europe and North America, blowing the roofs off 3000 capacity venues with his incredible live presence and captivating delivery of this new material. Selling an impressive 30,000 tickets across his global tour, the proof is in the pudding: Critical As Water has translated beautifully from record to stage.

Today, some stellar Australian artists have been announced to support Jeremy on the road, as Melbourne’s Woodlock and Ruby Gill are welcomed to the family. Both artists have been making excellent examples for themselves as emerging Australian artists to be watching this year, and with the opportunity to play some of the country’s best stages, the bands are stoked to be on board.

“Jeremy is such a talented guy and to be honest, we are a little intimidated! He’s giving us a fantastic opportunity and we couldn’t be more stoked.” – Zech Walters (Woodlock)

Jeremy Loops’ Australian tour is going to be an unmissable run of shows. Having established himself as a musician in demand, Jeremy has taken his inspiring music from Cape Town to the world. Working with noted producer Will Hicks (Ed Sheeran’s ‘Perfect’, Bastille, Lily Allen) and Jake Gosling (James Bay, The Libertines, Shawn Mendes) on Critical As Water brought Jeremy further into music circles dominated by pop chartbusters – perfect terrain for his messages surrounding global conservation and environmentalism to be further spread.

This month, join the Jeremy Loops fam and see an amazing songwriter thrive in his natural element, one the world has been keenly watching.

Critical As Water tracklist:
1. Gold
2. Rather Have Me Dead
3. Vultures
4. Freak
5. Thieves
6. Waves
7. Underwater Blues
8. Flash Floods
9. Dreaming Again
10. The Shore (feat. Motheo Moleko)
11. Runaway Kids (feat. Motheo Moleko)
12. Let It Burn
13. Hues of the Fall
Formats: CD, LP. Digital

Author: Pete Wibberley

Internationally published photographer, editor of Adelaide Music Mag and freelance contributor to MNPR Magazine and The Rocker Rag.

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