2020 is shaping up to be the year we get to hear new music from Ruby Gill, who is laying down her first full-length album before the year is through.
In the middle of his tour, Churchill will take to Geelong’s Great Australian Beer Festival and bring his new music and popular tracks to the stage, alongside the likes of Sneaky Sound System and The Kite Machine.
Their last East Coast tour in 2016 was fully sold-out and this time, they will be arriving with a new studio album under their belts, ready to perform.
Whilst they may be in Berlin “in a little basement, well, a studio really, not a basement” for the time being, soon they’ll be donning their iconic outfits and giving us the opportunity to dance.
‘Luv Is Not Enough’ and ‘Restless’ are good indications of what is to come from the producers with collaborations a-plenty, lyrically diversity around relationships, being carefree and some more metaphorical messages, and those mega fresh beats.
“It may sound unusual for someone my age, but it made me feel young again. I went from high school into touring and I never really got the chance to experience a young adult lifestyle.”
The Melbourne outfit comprising of Quin Grunden, Angus Vasic and Jordan Lewis laid the 10-track album down in just one week at Gruden’s Torquay coast house. They said their creative process was sporadic and spontaneous.