Pete Murray Announces Tour & Single

Byron Bay singer-songwriter and one of Australia’s most loved musicians, Pete Murray has today released his new single, Take Me Down (out now), alongside the announcement of his sixth studio album, Camacho – available June 2.  With over one million album sales to his name, the quiet achiever of Australian music will showcase new tracks and old favourites on an epic 33-date national Camacho Tour that will kickstart in Lismore on July 12 and finish up in Darwin on September 9.

Beat-driven and anthemic, Take Me Down cleverly reveals a new direction for Pete, yet still manages to feel like a catch up with an old friend – his smooth, familiar voice both warm and inviting.  “Take Me Down is about a beautiful relationship with an unknown future,” insights Pete.  “It’s about not knowing how much time is left and being in the moment.  It’s emotive, moody, sexual and vulnerable.”

Determined to shake things up and find a fresh sound for the album, Pete explored different writing and recording techniques.  “My main goal was to work with loops and beats and to have a cool, phat drum sound,” says Pete.  He collaborated with hip hop producer Trials (AB Original) to achieve the drum sounds he was looking for, and saddled up with an array of well-known industry talent to get the Camacho show on the road.

“There was only one guy that I was interested in mixing this album and that was Eric J Dubowsky.  He was starting to do a lot of phat, warm sounds and I really wanted this flavour of mixing on my album.”

Also in the assemblage was Aussie producer, Tony Buchen (Montaigne, The Preatures, Bob Evans), Sydney-based producer, One Above aka Andrew Burford (Hilltop Hoods, Drapht, Allday), and ARIA winning producer, Jon Hume (Matt Corby, Lisa Mitchell).

“The thing I wanted to do different with this album was to take my time and get it right.  So many times in the past I have jumped into a studio for 4 – 6 weeks and recorded an album.  Once the recording time is over, so is the album,” explains Pete, “With Camacho there was no rush, it was going to be finished when it was finished.”  

And finished it is – guaranteed to be lapped up by new and old fans alike, Pete Murray has delivered a cool, uplifting, emotive, and powerful album and it will be celebrated and brought to life on the greatly anticipated Camacho Tour.  Following sell-out shows across the country, the 33-date tour will take in capital cities and a host of regional centres throughout July, August and September.

Pumped to hit the road and play his new tunes for fans across Australia, Pete enthuses, “I’ll be taking the full band on the road and heading to a stack of places I haven’t been to in a while.  I’m also really excited about playing the new music for the first time and cannot wait to get out there and see the crowd’s reaction.”

Camacho is set for release on June 2 and is available to pre-order from – all album iTunes pre-orders will instantly receive the Take Me Down single.

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Wed 12 Jul – Lismore City Hall, Lismore NSW
Thu 13 Jul – Villa Noosa, Noosaville, Qld | 18+
Fri 14 Jul – The Tivoli Theatre, Brisbane, Qld | 18+
Thu 20 Jul – Great Western Hotel, Rockhampton, Qld | Lic Aa
Fri 21 Jul – Racehorse Hotel, Ipswich, Qld
Sat 22 Jul – The Star Gold Coast, Qld
Sun 23 Jul – Redland Bay Hotel, Redland Bay, Qld
Wed 26 Jul – Cex Coffs Harbour, NSW
Thu 27 Jul – The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle, NSW
Fri 28 Jul – The Entrance Leagues Club, Bateau Bay
Sat 29 Jul – Enmore Theatre, Sydney NSW
Thu 3 Aug – Nautilus Theatre, Port Lincoln, SA
Fri 4 Aug – Her Majesty’s Theatre, Adelaide, SA
Sat 5 Aug – Lighthouse Theatre, Warranmbool, VIC
Wed 9 Aug – Eastbank Theatre, Shepparton, VIC
Thu 10 Aug – Chelsea Heights Hotel, Chelsea Heights, VIC
Fri 11 Aug – Wrest Point Showroom, Hobart, TAS
Sat 12 Aug – Launceston Country Club, Launceston, TAS
Thu 17 Aug – Batemans Bay Soldiers Club, Batemans Bay, NSW
Fri 18 Aug – Waves, Wollongong, NSW
Sat 19 Aug – Canberra Theatre, Canberra, ACT
Sun 20 Aug – Beer Deluxe, Albury, NSW
Wed 23 Aug – Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo, VIC
Thu 24 Aug – Regent Multiplex Theatre, Ballarat, VIC
Fri 25 Aug – Forum Theatre, Melbourne, VIC
Sat 26 Aug – The Wool Exchange, Geelong, Vic
Fri 1 Sep – Wintersun Hotel, Geraldton, WA
Sat 2 Sep – Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, WA
Sun 3 Sep – Dunsborough Tavern, Dunsborough, WA
Wed 6 Sep – Empire Theatre, Toowoomba, Qld
Thu 7 Sep – The Ville, Townsville, Qld
Fri 8 Sep – Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns, Qld
Sat 9 Sep – Darwin Ski Club, Darwin, NT

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