With Groovin’ the Moo set to take over the country this month and new music from Khalid and P!NK on the way, April is shaping up to be another fantastic month in music. Like always, we’ve covered everything you need to know in a one-stop post. Read on to discover what’s happening in the Australian music industry this April.
April Music News highlights
- On April 13 Australia will celebrate Record Store Day alongside the rest of the world! Celebrate and support the culture of independently owned record stores by checking out the events in the day.
- P!NK’s new album Hurts 2B Human to be released on April 26.
- Bluesfest (April 18 – 22) will see a whole heap of sideshows across four states!
Music Festivals in April
Festival season is starting to wind down as we come into winter but the fun isn’t over just yet! Groovin’ the Moo will take over SA, NSW, VIC, ACT, QLD, WA from April 26 to May 11, While Byron Bay Bluesfest will take up residence in NSW on the weekend of April 18 – 22.
Artists Touring in April
International crowd favourites will touch down in Australia this month as they get set to tour the country and some of our Aussie favourites will be hitting the road to deliver concerts too.
- Jungle, April 21 – 28
- The Story So Far w/ Basement, April 18 – 25
- Billie Eilish, April 30 – May 10 + Groovin’ the Moo, April 26 – May 11
- Aurora, April 30 – May 8
- MØ, April 23 – May 9
- Meg Mac, April 6 – June 14
- Cub Sport, April 6 – 20
- Touch Sensitive, April 19 – 26
April Album Releases:
We live for new music and are super excited for what artists have in store for April. Here are the top ten albums we are hanging out for this month:
- Ten Tonnes – Ten Tonnes – April 5
- Khalid – Free Spirit – April 5
- LSD – LSD – April 12
- The Chemical Brothers – No Geography – April 12
- Jade Bird – Jade Bird – April 19
- Bananarama – In Stereo – April 19
- Cage The Elephant – Social Cues – April 19
- The Cranberries – In The End – April 26
- Marina – Love+Fear – April 26
- P!nk – Hurts 2B Human – April 26
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