Video Premiere: Mo’Ju - Change Has To Come

Video Premiere: Mo’Ju - Change Has To Come

The Naarm-based storyteller gives us the first taste of their forthcoming LP with this powerful new release.

Photo credit WILK

Fresh from a nationwide sold-out stadium tour with Hilltop Hoods, Naarm/Melbourne-based musician, songwriter, storyteller, and advocate Mo’Ju shares the news that their fourth studio album is set for release in March 2023, giving listeners a taste with their latest single Change Has To Come

Through it’s infectious groove-ladened rhythm section, funk riddled guitars, and battle cry harmonies, Change Has To Come showcases Mo’Ju’s ability to project from the soul, weaving melody and purpose into the tracks near 3 minute duration. Accompanied by a hazy music clip washed in orange hues and dreamy silhouettes as a warmly lit Mo’Ju tells it like it is, it’s a visual delight to join a powerful release. 

Officially out tomorrow (Nov 17) via Virgin Music Australia, be sure to give Change Has To Come an early listen and watch below, as we eagerly await more to come from Mo’Ju and their forthcoming LP. 

MO’JU TOUR DATES

Sun Nov 27 - First and Forever Festival, Hanging Rock VIC

TICKETS

Tue Feb 21 - Opera House with SSO, Sydney NSW

TICKETS

Follow Mo’Ju: FACEBOOK / INSTAGRAM 

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