Australian singer-songwriter Ziggy Alberts has today unveiled his latest single ‘Outlaw’. The emotionally charged track offers a candid and personal glimpse into Alberts’ growth as both an artist and individual. Take a listen HERE

‘Outlaw’ is a poignant reflection on shedding societal expectations and embracing one’s true self. Co-produced by Garrett Kato, whose collaborative efforts have previously yielded the critically acclaimed ‘Laps Around The Sun’ album, ‘Outlaw’ features Ziggy’s emotive vocals layered over rich guitar tones, creating a captivating blend of rock, folk, and pop influences, reminiscent of artists like The Lumineers and Kings Of Leon.

Speaking on the single, Alberts shares, “This song is about changing course for the better. Standing up for yourself more often. Being kinder, letting yourself be a little more human.” With lyrics like “If I could remain more unfazed, you could be something earned not won”, ‘Outlaw’ invites listeners on a journey of introspection and self-discovery. It’s a song that speaks to the universal human experience of navigating life’s challenges and embracing one’s true identity.

This summer, Ziggy Alberts makes his eagerly awaited return to the United Kingdom and Ireland in Summer 2024 for his NEW LOVE WORLD TOUR. Renowned for his authentic storytelling and dynamic folk-pop performances, Ziggy Alberts has fostered a deep connection with his growing global audience. The 2024 NEW LOVE WORLD TOUR also brings hints of new music from Alberts, adding to the excitement of fans eager to experience the continual evolution of his sound, with this leg of the tour holding a special place in Alberts’ heart following the EP, ‘A POSTCARD FROM LONDON’, recorded at the iconic Abbey Road Studios on his last visit in 2023.

After the success of his 2023 REWIND WORLD TOUR, Ziggy will grace some of the most iconic venues the region has to offer, including Albert Hall in Manchester, Project House in Leeds, O2 Academy in Bournemouth, and a two-night performance at the O2 Forum in London. The tour will culminate with a performance at the illustrious 3Olympia in Dublin with a further festival slot in Glasgow at Summer Nights Festival, Kelvingrove Bandstand.

Tuesday 30 July, 2024 – Bristol – Beacon
Wednesday 31 July, 2024 – Falmouth – Princess Pavillion Garden Show
Friday 2 August, 2024 – Manchester – Albert Hall
Saturday, 3 August, 2024 – Glasgow – Kelvingrove Bandstand
Sunday 4 August, 2024 – Leeds – Project House
Tuesday 6 August, 2024 – Bournemouth – O2 Academy
Friday, 9 August, 2024 – London – O2 Forum Kentish Town
Saturday 10 August, 2024 – London – O2 Forum Kentish Town
Monday 19 August, 2024 – Dublin – 3Olympia Theatre

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