Australian electronic rock outfit Voyager, who thrilled global audiences with their Eurovision performance of Promise complete with the iconic, retro Toyota MR2, are back with their long-awaited eighth studio album, Fearless in Love, scheduled for release on July 14th via Season Of Mist. The band comprised of Daniel “Danny” Estrin (vocals/keyboards), Simone Dow (guitars), Scott Kay (guitars), Alex Canion (bass), and Ashley Doodkorte (drums) have been creating music together for over a decade.

Ahead of the Fearless in Love album release, the band will play a run of exclusive Australian shows, kicking off tonight in Brisbane, giving loyal fans the opportunity to share in their dynamic live performance. They will  then head to Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Sydney, concluding in Canberra on June 24.

Danny Estrin said today “We are so excited after the whole Eurovision experience, to come home and connect with Australian audiences again.  The passion and support shown for us has been extraordinary – mindblowing actually!  We cannot wait to showcase our new music across the country!”

On Fearless in Love, sweeping vocals paired with emotive lyrics inspired by the grit and glam of 80s and 90s film overlay heavy guitar riffs and percussion to create a sonic journey that pushes the boundary of what fans have come to expect from Voyager. Fearless In Love will be released on July 14th and is available for pre-order HERE.

Fearless in Love was written and recorded between 2020 and 2022. The writing process was very different from how we’ve done things in the past,” explains Danny. “As a result, the album is more cohesive and exciting with a cinematic feel, hailing back to gritty films of the 80s and 90s showcasing all the layers that make up Voyager. This album takes you on a ride through a dark city and leaves you on a more pensive, reflective note by the end.

In addition to the announcement of Fearless in Love and these live shows, Voyager has released a new song from the album, “Prince of Fire.” Perhaps one of the heaviest tracks in the band’s history, “Prince of Fire” follows the album’s protagonist desperately trying harder to be better but continuing to go back to his old ways. The accompanying music video features showstopping visuals including pyrotechnics and LEDs which highlight the massive production and experimentation that went into creating the song. “Prince of Fire” is available via all digital service providers HERE and the video is now available HERE.

Catch Voyager on their Australian tour:

Friday, June 9, 2023 The Zoo, Brisbane

Saturday, June 10, 2023 Stay Gold, Melbourne

Friday, June 16, 2023 UniBar, Adelaide

Saturday, June 17, 2023 Rosemount, Perth

Friday, June 23, 2023 Metro Social, Sydney

Saturday, June 24, 2023 Basement, Canberra

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