Tina Arena has announced a new album, Love Saves.
It will be the music icon’s seventh studio album in all-English, as well as her first album of original material in almost eight years.
“Like many of us, I retreated inwards during the pandemic,” the singer says. “I found solace in music. I processed my feelings the only way I know how – through my art. From rock bottom, I ran the gauntlet of human emotion. I faced my own demons, emerging the other side transformed, triumphant, renewed, and at peace. Remember, be brave, be vulnerable, and love saves!”
Before Love Saves arrives on July 14th, Tina has shared two new singles to celebrate her album announcement: “House”, co-written with Mattias Lindblom, Tania Doko and Michael Zlanabitnig, and a French language version of “Dancing on Thin Ice”, a teaser of the English language version to come.
Earlier this year, Tina gave a stirring call to action for artists during her powerful speech at the 2023 Shure Rolling Stone Australia Awards.
In front of a crowd of hundreds of artists, media, and industry professionals, Tina Arena was honoured with the first-ever Rolling Stone Icon Award.
It was a deserved triumph: Arena is a true Australian music icon, winning seven ARIA Awards, including Album of the Year for her 1995 hit Don’t Ask, a category no other solo female artist had won at the time.
“We’re not here to relay political messaging, but to inspire political messages. We’re here to point fingers at what’s not right, and inspire people to do something about it. Never give in, never surrender. We’re here to break rules, not obey them, break balls, and take names,” Tina said in her powerful speech at the ceremony.