SAFIA herald new album with stellar new video for ‘Over You’
It seems only yesterday that three boys from Canberra released their single, ‘Listen to Soul, Listen to Blues.’ Now, they’re one of the biggest acts in the country, and with the announcement that a new album is on it’s way very soon (September 9th, in fact), it seems they aren’t stopping any time soon.
SAFIA have gone from strength to absolute strength in their incredibly exciting existence. Countless hit singles, sold out shows, festival appearances and more, the trio have been grinding for years now to get to where they are – and now it is about to all come to a head with the release of their debut album (finally).
To make fans excited (as if they weren’t already), SAFIA shared their latest video as well, for most recent single ‘Over You’. With anticipation rising, the trio announced their debut album, Internal, will be out for the world to hear come September 9, and if their latest single is anything to go by, we’re really in for a treat.
Focusing on the haunting effects that a breakup can bring, when you still feel the other person’s presence long after they’ve left your life, the surreal and at times eerie clip is a beautifully shot glimpse into the desperation of needing to get over someone. With SAFIA‘s impeccable ability to right a damn catchy tune, the song itself will be hard to get over as well.
To celebrate the release of Internal, SAFIA are set to hit the road this September and October, and they’re bringing Set Mo and Running Touch along for the ride. Check out the dates below, and pre-order your copy of Internal here.
SAFIA ‘INTERNAL’ TOUR DATES
Tickets on sale now.
Fri 23 Sept / UC Refectory, Canberra – All Ages
Sun 2 Oct / Enmore Theatre, Sydney – All Ages (LONG WEEKEND)
Fri 7 Oct / The Tivoli, Brisbane – 18+
Sat 8 Oct / The Nightquarter, Gold Coast – 18+
(Children under 18 years are allowed into the venue, if accompanied by a legal guardian)
Fri 14 Oct / Odeon Theatre, Hobart – All Ages
Sat 15 Oct / Festival Hall, Melbourne – All Ages
Fri 21 Oct / Metro City, Perth – 18+
Sat 22 Oct / Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide – All Ages
Fri 11 Nov / The Powerstation, Auckland – All Ages
Words by Emma Jones.