Fresh from stunning audiences during her Laneway Festival run, Sydney’s raw-power Ruby Fields has announced a national in support of her upcoming EP, Permanent Hermit.
The EP is set for a released early May and features seven new songs, as well as the nostalgic, slow burning anthem ‘Dinosaurs’, which nabbed the #8 spot on this year’s Hottest 100.
Permanent Hermit comes after Ruby’s debut EP Your Dad’s Opinion For Dinner, released in March 2018, that showcased the Cronulla native’s knack for hook-laden grunge pop and heart-on-your-sleeve songwriting.
Her latest single off Permanent Hermit is Climate Ruby explains “It's been a heavy year for myself and the band, hence the release of Dinosaurs, and one of the only things that pulls our heads up is time away whether it's camping together or going for dinner at a pub, or just talking to each other. It's a happier song and I think we all needed a bit of that.
Ruby’s 9-show national tour will see her take to the stages of her biggest headline shows to date, with celebrations kicking off at Brisbane’s Brightside on May 17th and ending with a show at Hobart’s Republic Bar on June 8th.
"Insanely keen to get back on road for a proper tour with heaps of new songs and EP coming very soon!! Been a huge year already with Hottest 100, Like A Version and Laneway shows and can’t wait to crack on. Come watch a few eternally average losers and have a few with us," said Ruby reflecting on her insane 2018.
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