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MULTI-PLATINUM ARTIST BOBBY BAZINI RELEASES BRAND NEW ALBUM, “MOVE AWAY”

MARKS THE SINGER-SONGWRITER’S FOURTH FULL-LENGTH ALBUM

 

LISTEN TO MOVE AWAY HERE

 

 

14 AUGUST 2020 (TORONTO, ON) – Today, after a decade in the spotlight highlighted by two JUNO® Award nominations, multiplatinum success, tens of millions of streams, and sold out shows, Bobby Bazini shares his fourth full-length album, Move Away via Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company.

 

LISTEN TO MOVE AWAY HERE

 

I was reflecting on the past ten years,” Bobby admits when discussing Move Away.So much has happened. When I started, I was 19-years-old and didn’t have a career or a steady relationship.” He continued. “It’s now exactly ten years that I’ve been an artist and also been with my girlfriend. The two almost began simultaneously. That was a crazy decade. Today I look back and I wouldn’t change a thing. I’m here, doing what I love to do with my significant other by my side. With each album, I know I go a little further and Move Away is that next step.

 

The highly anticipated new music comes after the JUNO nominated artist teased fans with two brand new songs, “Choose You” and “Move Away” earlier this year. Move Away began to take shape after the singer-songwriter took a much needed break which included a sojourn in Italy. The album was worked on in London, Los Angeles, Berlin, and Montreal with producer and co-writer Pedro Vito. With Bobby tapping into an unbridled energy throughout the recording process he was able to achieve a “more raw and modern sound,” which also led him to pen 60 initial ideas (double what he wrote for Summer Is Gone). The result of which is his most personal album to date, Move Away.

 

“I hope people are inspired and moved by these stories,” he leaves off. “In order to get a person’s attention, you need to make them feel something—whether it’s making them cry or making them feel good. This album has a lot of that. I believe this sentiment to be even more important in current times than ever.”

 

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About Bobby Bazini

In 2010, a teenage Bobby introduced himself with the breakout full-length debut Better In Time. Not only did the album bow at #4 on the Top Albums Chart in Canada and eventually go platinum, but it yielded two 2011 JUNO® Award nominations, including “Pop Album of the Year” and “New Artist of the Year. Meanwhile, the follow-up Where I Belong debuted at #1, went platinum, and emerged as “the best-selling Canadian album of 2014” as he made an unforgettable appearance at Montreal International Jazz Festival in celebration. Most recently, he arrived at a new creative plateau on Summer Is Gone in 2016. It captured #2 on the Top Albums Chart, and “C’est La Vie” clocked over 10 million total streams and counting. Following a tour in support of the record, he booked a writing trip to London to begin conceptualizing new music. Initially working in London, Berlin, and Montreal with producer and co-writer Pedro Vito, Bobby put created what he calls his most personal album to date, Move Away.

 

Full Track Listing

  1. Move Away
  2. Choose You
  3. Under The Weight
  4. Penthouse
  5. Holding Onto The Feeling
  6. Back To The Start
  7. Mercy Feat. Imelda May
  8. Love & Alcohol
  9. Losing Sleep
  10. Little Things
  11. Together People
  12. All Of Me
  13. Some & Others

Tour Dates
August 30, 2020 – Morin Heights, QC – SuperFolk
September 17, 2020 - Trois Rivières, QC - Amphithéâtre Cogeco,
February 3, 2021 - Montreal, QC - Théâtre Outremont
February 5, 2021 - Quebec City, QC - Theatre de Québec
February 6, 2021 - Sherbrooke, QC - Theatre Granada
February 20, 2021 - Gatineau, QC - L’Odyssée
March 16, 2021- Winnipeg, MB - Park Theatre
March 18, 2021 – Saskatoon, SK - Broadway Theatre
March 19, 2021 – Festival Place, Sherwood Park, AB
March 20 , 2021 – Commonwealth - Calgary, AB
March 22, 2021 – Rotary Centre for the Arts - Kelowna, BC
March 23 , 2021 – Imperial Theatre - Vancouver, BC
March 25, 2021 – Key City Theatre - Cranbrook, BC
April 8, 2021 – Paradise Theatre - Toronto, ON
June 12, 2021– Fièremont MON Orford - Orford, QC
September 17, 2021 – Le Zénith Promutuel - St-Eustache, QC
September 22, 2021 – Salle Andre-Mathieu - Laval, QC

 

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