Amy Shark

One of Australia’s premier pop successes, 8 x ARIA Award winner Amy Shark will embark on The Sadness Tour – a headline tour of Australia and New Zealand in October and November that will follow the August 16 release of her upcoming third studio album ‘Sunday Sadness’.  

The Sadness Tour will be Amy Shark’s first headline tour since her massive 60-date run across Regional Australia in 2022, and her first Australian capital city headline shows since 2021’s Cry Forever Tour.  

Shark’s most recent singles, ‘Loving Me Lover’, the gold-accredited ‘Can I Shower At Yours’ and ‘Beautiful Eyes’ follow the plethora of hits such as the 7x Platinum ‘Adore’, 7x Platinum and APRA Song Of The Year ‘I Said Hi’, 4x Platinum ‘Mess Her Up’, 2x Platinum ‘Everybody Rise’, Gold accredited single ‘C’MON’ and 2x platinum ‘Love Song’s Ain’t For Us’ from her two previous #1 albums ‘Cry Forever’ and ‘Love Monster’. 

‘Adore’ kickstarted the first of many worldwide tours for Shark, who would later go onto win an ARIA Award in 2020 for her touring efforts in Australia. Shark’s debut/breakthrough #1 ARIA album and Platinum-certified ‘Love Monster’ was recognised in 2018 with four ARIA awards (Album of the Year, Best Female Artist, Best Pop Release, Best Producer [Dann Hume]) and was nominated for another five. ‘Love Monster’ went on to become the highest selling album by an Australian artist for 2018.  

On Shark’s second album, Gold-certified ‘Cry Forever’, she teamed up with blink 182’s Travis Barker on ‘C’MON’ and global superstar Ed Sheeran to co-write ‘Love Song’s Ain’t For Us’ featuring Grammy award winning artist Keith Urban.  

In 2023, Shark graced the cover of Rolling Stone Australia, supported Coldplay for their stadium shows in Perth and made her debut as a judge on Australia Idol – for which she picked up her first Logie, winning the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent. This win inducted Amy into the illustrious club of Australians who have taken home both an ARIA Award and Logie Award. 

2024 saw Amy return to her judging role for a hugely successful second season of Australian Idol and release her latest single ‘Beautiful Eyes’.