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Tina Arena Shares ‘Most Personal Album to Date’, ‘Love Saves’

Arena’s first album in almost eight years is here

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Kidd Sauve

Tina Arena has released her first album in almost eight years.

Love Saves is the singer’s seventh all-English studio album. “Like many of us, I retreated inwards during the pandemic,” Arena said about the album. “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!”

Produced by Mattias Lindblom, Love Saves features many notable musicians backing up Arena, including Andy Taylor and Jack Jones on guitar, and Tania Doko on backing vocals.

Arena is going on a huge world tour in support of Love Saves. She’ll perform in Sydney, Perth, Gold Coast, Melbourne and Adelaide in October (see full dates below).

“Love can uplift, and save us when we need it most. My hope for the Love Saves World Tour is to reach out and remind us all that we’re not alone,” Arena says about the tour. Following her Australian shows, Arena will take her world tour to the US, UK, Europe, Canada and Europe.

Earlier this year, Tina gave a stirring call to action for artists during her powerful speech at the 2023 Shure Rolling Stone Australia Awards.

Tina Arena’s Love Saves is out now.

Love Saves Tracklist:

1. “Church”
2. “Cry Me a Miracle”
3. “Outrun the Night”
4. “Can’t Say Anything”
5. “Devil in Me”
6. “Dancing on Thin Ice”
7. “Mother to Her Child”
8. “Dared to Love You First”
9. “Love Saves”
10. “House”
11. “Danser Sur La Glace”

Tina Arena 2023 Australian Tour

Presented by Zaccaria & Positive Dream

Tickets available via tinaarena.com

Saturday 7 October
Night At The Barracks, Sydney, NSW

Sunday 8 October
Perth Concert Hall, Perth, WA

Friday 13 October
HOTA, Gold Coast, QLD

Friday 20 October
Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday 21 October
Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide, SA