Abbe May announces Australian tour to celebrate new album Fruit, due Feb 2018

Abbe May announces Australian tour to celebrate new album Fruit, due Feb 2018

Her fifth LP is set to be the most open and honest offering from the songstress.

Much-adored singer/songwriter/guitarist Abbe May will be releasing her long-awaited fifth album, Fruit, next Friday 2 February and today she's announced the ensuing national tour kicking off the same month. The album features Love Decline, a track we premiered about a month ago, and also marks her first full-length release since coming out earlier in 2017: "Fruit is a declaration of identity. These songs are stories from my life. Some true, some exaggerated, but always for a purpose. I don't want to hide anymore. I am proud and Fruit is my way of showing my face without shame."

Check out the video clip for Love Decline below, pre-order the album and get another new single Oh! Babylon early, and check that full run of dates down the bottom.

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