The Voice Australia coach is set to return to Aussie stages this December!
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Country superstar, Keith Urban has dropped his euphoric new track, Nightfalls.
Co-written by the musician alongside Greg Kurstin and Mozella, the nostalgia fuelled track brings a touch of 80's synth sonics to the musicians signature country-based soundscapes. The song is a celebration of time spent together, falling on love and chasing our dreams.
“Writing Nightfalls with Greg Kurstin and Mozella was pure joy. Two summers have gone by with no way to tour and the desire to have that feeling again inspired every part of this song and recording. In a world so full of real struggles and fractures, I wanna try and bring something to help us exhale and be in the moment - if only for 3 mins and 41 seconds.” Urban shares.
The track follows up the musicians #1 album, THE SPEED OF NOW Part 1, which featured Urban's collaboration with P!nk, One Too Many. Currently serving as a coach on The Voice Australia, Urban is set to return to Aussie stages this December, performing on the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sydney, Wollongong, Newcastle, Adelaide and Melbourne.
Nightfalls is out now! Listen to the track below.