Adam Eckersley Band Announce New Single, Video + Tour Dates
Following their first radio and commercial single release Should’ve Known Better, Adam Eckersley Band return with their second single Long Enough to Disappear. The song is a co-write by Adam Eckersley, Jack Williams and Troy Johnson and was written in Nashville during a song writing trip.
"Long Enough To Disappear was written at the first co-writing session I did in Nashville last year,” says Eckersley. “I was lucky enough to get to write it with a couple of top blokes and great song writers, Troy Johnson who has had songs cut by Dixie Chicks, James Taylor, Keith Urban and the Ranch, Sarah Evans and Thompson Square. And Jack Williams has had songs cut by The Oak Ridge Boys, Gregg Allman, Blackfoot, Uriah Heep, Ken Hensley, Lance Miller and The Little River Band.”
Troy Johnson says of the writing session “Adam brought in a groove that we just rode to the end. We relied heavily on his sound and sensibilities.”
“The song is about the feeling of wanting to disappear into the hills. You work your arse off all week so you can afford the freedom of a weekend, you know that you'll be back to reality soon but you disappear long enough to recharge the batteries, that's pretty much the vibe of the tune”, says Eckersley.
The single is accompanied with a digital commercial release and video clip. The video clip brings together the bands two great passions, music and fishing! The guys had a great time filming the clip with award-winning producer Duncan Toombs.
The release of Long Enough to Disappear also kicks off a new set of dates for the band as they support the Mavericks Sydney show on 23rd August, followed by dates at the Gympie Music Muster including venues The Muster Club (24th Aug) and the Blues and Roots stage (25th Aug).
Jinja Safari invite Australian audiences to gather in, breathe deep and discover the mysteries within The Bay Of Fires; a new show that traverses the largest tour footprint Jinja has made on Australia this September and October.
The 16 shows ...
After eight months off the road and in the studio, 7000 bowls of pasta and four moderate cases of tennis elbow, Boy & Bear make their glorious return to stage; cramming into the tour van once again for an extensive 12-show run. With new single ...
In the spirit of “Random Creative Adventures”, Clare Bowditch is celebrating the release of her new single “One Little River” by heading out on the road with a new band, a band that could include YOU!
Please note: Island Records Australia treats artists with respect but does not take responsibility for submissions which are lost, misdirected, corrupted, damaged, which are affected in any way by the malfunction of e-mail programs or servers, or which contain incomplete and incorrect contact details. By submitting your demo and contact details via this site, you agree to grant Island Records a gratis licence in perpetuity to reproduce, communicate, transmit and store your demo for the purposes of internal review only. Close