"Life has been hard for everyone these past few years, and now more than ever people deserve to dream big. I have a feeling that the clouds are slowly opening up and I would like to be there with my music as people re-emerge from this period, so that they have a place where they can let go and dream, move and shake off the weight of the world. I feel that this 2022 European tour will be very special," he said. Xavier Rudd.
In the brand new single We Deserve To Dreamwhich precedes the release of the album and gives the tour its title, the steel guitar and percussion that characterise the style of the artist emerge. Xavier and lead the song to a gentle, crescendoing refrain that almost takes the form of an anthem. We Deserve To Dream speaks of the freedom we should seek in the elements of the earth, the ocean, the trees, yet we find ourselves locked into a series of constraints imposed by our everyday lives. The video which accompanies the piece symbolically represents this fact of life through dance and features the well-known Australian First Nations dancer Tyrel Dulvarie.
We Deserve To Dream will further satisfy the very loyal worldwide fan base of Xavier Ruddwhich welcomed the recent single Stoney Creek with over 3 million streams while its anthem Follow The Sun has crossed the 50 million view mark on YouTube. From France to the Netherlands, Japan, the US and beyond, We Deserve To Dream will resonate together with a growing desire for freedom in all of us.
2022 promises to be an exceptional year with the publication of his tenth album in the studio and a world tour with which Xavier Rudd is looking forward to reconnecting with his fans live on stage.
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