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Ruel 'Ready' EP Tour

Secret Sounds Presents

RUEL
READY EP LAUNCH TOUR

ARTIST PRESALE: 1PM TUE 31 JULY – 8AM THU 2 AUG LOCAL TIME
PROMOTER PRESALE: 9AM THU 2 AUG – 8AM FRI 3 AUG LOCAL TIME
GP ONSALE: 9:30AM FRI 3 AUG LOCAL TIME
SIGN UP TO THE SECRET SOUNDS MAILING LIST FOR PRE-SALE ACCESS
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Tuesday, July 31 - Secret Sounds are thrilled to announce that following his date supporting Khalid at Spark Arena last year, Australian artist Ruel will return to play two headline shows this October, off the back of his new 'Ready' EP.

Emotional, resonant and astounding considering his youthful age of 15, London-born, Australian- raisedRuel’s voice is like the eighth wonder of the music world. He already counts Elton John, Khalid and millions of YouTube streamers as fans and now builds on some seriously snowballing hype by announcing a huge Australasian tour (including dates for all ages in every city) slated for September and October 2018.
Showcasing breathless talents that have seen him compared to the likes of James Blake, Frank Ocean and Sam Smith, Ruel is a prodigious talent who is moving ever sharper into focus. His affecting, soul-infused singles Younger, Don’t Tell Me and Dazed and Confused have been praised globally, prompting Sir Elton to describe him as “the most amazing voice that I've ever heard from a male singer at 14 years of age.
This rave was followed up by an interview on John’s massively popular Rocket Hour Beats1 radio show, exposing Ruel to an international audience and resulting in an opening spot on rising American star Khalid’s huge Australian tour just weeks later.
All this global attention had seemed inevitable for the Sydney native since he made his official debut via a feature on M-Phazes track Golden Years (a tune he was later to perform at the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony). The collaboration was lined up after Ruel’s father sent a demo to the Grammy winning producer of Ruel singing James Bay’s song Let it Go. M-Phazes reaction? “I lost my mind when I heard his voice!”
He wasn’t alone.
In fact, triple j listeners had a similar reaction in June 2017 when the two again teamed up for a Like A Version performance of Jack Garrett’s Weathered. It was his debut live to air performance and interview - marking the first time many people had heard his voice or even seen his face. Hysteria ensued as the track gathered over half a million plays on Facebook within 48 hours of release. It went on to become one of the most viewed Like A Version’s of 2017 and announced Ruel as a major star on the ascent.
From first picking up his guitar at the age of 8 to headlining prestigious venues at the age of 15, it’s been a meteoric rise for this enormously talented singer songwriter. His debut EP, fittingly titled Ready, was released in June and signals an extended career in the spotlight.
Ruel is no stranger to the road, earlier this year his single launch parties in both Melbourne and Sydney sold out instantly. For fans eager to get their hands on tickets and avoid sold out disappointment make sure to sign up to the Secret Sounds pre-sale.

Secret Sounds Presents
RUEL
READY EP LAUNCH TOUR
ARTIST PRESALE: 1PM TUE 31 JULY – 8AM THU 2 AUG LOCAL TIME
PROMOTER PRESALE: 9AM THU 2 AUG – 8AM FRI 3 AUG LOCAL TIME
GP ONSALE: 9AM FRI 3 AUG LOCAL TIME
SIGN UP TO THE SECRET SOUNDS MAILING LIST FOR PRE-SALE ACCESS
secretsounds.com

2018 TOUR DATES:
SAT 13 OCT MEOW WELLINGTON NZ (LIC ALL AGES)
SUN 14 OCT TUNING FOLK AUCKLAND NZ (LIC ALL AGES)

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