Xavier Rudd

 

Produced by Chris Bond (Ben Howard, Tom Speight) and mixed by Tim Palmer (Pearl Jam, David Bowie, U2), lead single “Walk Away” is taken from Xavier’s new album Storm Boy, which showcases his incomparable songwriting craftsmanship and is an impressive addition to his ever-growing legacy.

To support the album, Xavier has announced Australian, North American and European tours for 2018. In 2017, Xavier played his largest European tour to-date, performing a whopping 28 shows over 34 days to more than 30,000 people. This year, he will surpass this with his biggest tour yet. With a massive intercontinental world tour, Xavier will perform shows across North America, Australia, United Kingdom and Europe in the largest venues of his career. Visiting 18 countries (with even more to be announced) this massive itinerary is a good indicator of how Xavier feels about the new record. He wants nothing more than to get out and play it for his worldwide fanbase.

Rudd’s debut album, To Let, introduced a sound that was a mix of guitars, yidakis (didgeridoos), stomp box and percussion, blues harp and vocals. In the years that followed, Rudd has released platinum-selling album, Solace (2004), Food In The Belly (2005), White Moth (2007), Dark Shades Of Blue (2008), Koonyum Sun (2010) and the triumphant 2012 album, Spirit Bird, led by the wonderfully delicate “Follow The Sun.”

* Xavier Rudd is on Nettwerk's management roster for Europe only.