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Thirsty Merc

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Australian rock band Thirsty Merc have been patiently waiting these last two years for the chance to get back on the road and play live again…and now the time has come! Thirsty Merc announce a new album and tour that will see the guys get back on the tour bus and back on stage, performing their much loved hits alongside songs from their new album CELEBRATION – to be released on 17 June.    

CELEBRATION (released 17 June though MGM), sees Thirsty Merc covering some well-known (and some not so well-known) Australian songs from across the decades – each one reimagined in true ‘Merc style. The first single is a turbo-charged rendition of Daryl Braithwaite’s As The Days Go By.  

Other songs that appear on CELEBRATION include Who Listens To The Radio (The Sports), That’s When I Think of You (1927), Bad Habits (Billy Field) and Hey There, Georgie Girl (The Seekers). Music fans will appreciate the ‘Merc quirk’ on the recordings, and recall what makes each a great Australian song.

Thirsty Merc are unquestionably one of Australia’s finest live acts.

Having released 4 critically acclaimed albums, over 250,000 album sales under their belt, a finalist in the APRA Song of the Year for 20 Good Reasons (which also reached #1 on iTunes in Australia), 5 ARIA Award nominations, Thirsty Merc have found their way into the fabric of Australia’s musical landscape with songs such as Someday Someday, In The Summertime, 20 Good Reasons, Tommy And Krista, and more. 

Since 2015 Thirsty Merc have released music as an independent band. They have toured and recorded music consistently during their career until the recent pandemic.  It was during this time that the band got back into the studio and started working on CELEBRATION, looking forward to when borders would open and life would get back to normal. 

With live gigs back on stages all around the country, and the album finished, it’s time to share ‘Celebration’ with fans.