THUNDAMENTALS ‘I Love Songs’ Album Tour

  • Start date:
    December 8, 2018, 6:00 pm
  • End date:
    December 8, 2018, 11:00 pm
  • Venue:
    Metropolis Fremantle
  • Address:
    58 South Terrace, Fremantle
  • Tickets::
    available from Oztix

Following the release of lead single ‘I Miss You’, Thundamentals today have announced their new album I Love Songs will drop on September 21st, and deliver yet another track from the album, ‘All I See Is Music’. Pre-order the album from here and receive both ‘I Miss You’ and ‘All I See Is Music’ as instant gratifications tracks.

In more news, the hip-hop heavyweights have announced they will be taking their new album on the road for their I LOVE SONGS TOUR. The tour kicks off at The Forum in Melbourne on Saturday November 10th wrapping up at Metropolis, Fremantle on Saturday 8th December.

Fans of the group will be familiar with their frequent political commentary, but amongst an increasingly turbulent society, Thundamentals have decided to focus their album on what’s been lost amongst the chaos: Love. As a result, I Love Songs is an intensely personal listen, focusing on love in its varying forms, and showing Thundamentals’ undeniable writing ability in a more intimate light.

“Everyone knows how f**ked we are politically, and Thundamentals have been banging on about it for ten years,” Tuka says. “We just wanted to write love songs instead, ones that would actually make people feel calm and connect with people around them”

With the subject matter at hand, it’s no surprise that this is Thundamentals’ most effortless album, and their quickest to complete. “I really feel like we made it without a lot of preconceptions. It just feels like the most natural, ‘true to us’ project that we’ve ever released.” Jeswon says.

The concept was conceived and executed while the group were touring their 2017 album Everyone We Know, written in candid moments of on-road reflection. I Love Songs explores the isolation and broken romances that happen behind the scenes, away from the sold-out crowds and star-studded festivals. It’s an album of stark contrast, and brutally honest introspection that yearns for something more.

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