|KSydney’s dance music queen KLP has today announced her return to touring for 2019 with the ‘Heater’ National Tour alongside the announcement her new single of the same name will be released later this month. Joining the line up of both Big Pineapple Festival and Curve Ball – KLP is returning to the stage with a bang, her dance floor party jams in tow.|
The eight stop national run supports the stellar releases KLP has put out in 2019 including ‘Under The Influence’ and her recent special cut ‘Until I Find You’ – a raw, honest and building dance track following KLP’s journey over the last year.
KLP as an artist has been DJing for over nine years now, producing, recording all her own vocals, song-writing for others as well as making mixes in her beloved triple j house party role, which she recently left at the end of 2018 to focus on music. Recently her single ‘Venus x Mars’ was signed to Blanco Y Negro out of Spain.
It’s set to be a huge year for KLP – with her debut album slated for release later in 2019.
|KLP ‘HEATER’ NATIONAL TOUR|
SATURDAY 18TH MAY
JACK RABBIT SLIMS, PERTH
FRIDAY 24TH MAY
BIG PINEAPPLE FESTIVAL SILENT DISCO, SUNSHINE COAST
SATURDAY 25TH MAY
BIG PINEAPPLE FESTIVAL, SUNSHINE COAST
FRIDAY 31ST MAY
JCU UNI, TOWNSVILLE
SATURDAY 1ST JUNE
CARTEL NIGHTCLUB, MACKAY
SATURDAY 8TH JUNE
SATURDAY 22ND JUNE
FAT CONTROLLER, ADELAIDE
SATURDAY 29TH JUNE
NEWCASTLE HOTEL, NEWCASTLE
On ‘Until I Find You’ KLP said, “9 months ago I was freshly back in Australia from a songwriting trip to Europe, and I found out that I was also freshly pregnant. So when Schumann&Bach sent me the skeleton of a new song to work on and write vocals to, the only thing I could wrap my head around to talk about was the wild journey I knew I was about to set off on. I was excited, curious, nervous and scared out of my mind looking ahead to what this new change would mean for me as an artist, as a woman, a partner and soon to be mother. I wrote this song as my self declaration to put everything I had out there and face any fears head on and just run until I finally got to meet whoever the new little human was that was on the way. I wrote it in a day and then left it for months and only returned to it again recently. To put the finishing touches on the song I decided to enlist my partner and family to finish it off, with Set Mo adding some extra production and then my whole family re-singing the choir vocals at the end.”