„Due to a lot of moving pieces out of my control, my 2022 dates in North America and The UK / EU are being cancelled,“ says Amy Shark, her show scheduled for 10th October at Rock Café will not happen. „I look forward to coming back in 2023.“ All ticket holders will be automatically refunded.

After honing her craft and self-producing her music for years, Amy became a household name in 2016 with the release of her breakout hit, ‘Adore’. The emotive single put Amy on the map as one of Australia’s most formidable emerging songwriters. ‘Adore’ went on to achieve 5 x Platinum certification in Australia, a streaming count that surpassed 111 million and second place in the influential listener-voted 2016 Triple J Hottest 100. This was followed by 4 x Platinum aingle ‘I Said Hi’.

Soon, the international music community came knocking, leading her to work with Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus, pop heavyweight producers Jack Antonoff and Joel Little, among others. In 2018, Amy released her debut album, Love Monster. The album debuted at number one on the ARIA charts, and her 2019 2 x Platinum single ‘Mess Her Up’ dominated commercial radio and streaming services. With Love Monster, Amy scored nine nominations at the 2018 ARIA Awards and four wins, including ‘Album Of The Year’, ‘Best Female Artist’ and ‘Best Pop Release’. Amy has toured internationally and performed on several major US television shows including The Late Late Show with James Corden and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

2020 saw Amy Shark release the first offering of new music from her sophomore album CRY FOREVER, with ‘Everybody Rise’. The now platinum accredited single is nearing 20 million streams globally and earned Amy an ARIA award for ‘Best Pop Release’, Amy’s third win in the category.