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Blake Rose is "Suddenly Okay" and Hitting the Road

If you’re feeling blue after a breakup, you might want to listen to Blake Rose’s new single, “Suddenly Okay”. The Australian singer-songwriter and producer has crafted a catchy and heartfelt tune that captures the longing and hope of seeing an ex again. The song is the title track of his third EP, which is set to drop on March 22 via AWAL Recordings.

Blake Rose is no stranger to making music that resonates with listeners. His previous singles, such as “Lost” and “Rest of Us”, have amassed millions of streams on Spotify and YouTube, earning him praise from critics and fans alike. His blend of pop, rock, and indie elements showcases his versatile vocals and guitar skills, as well as his knack for writing honest and relatable lyrics.

With his new EP, Blake Rose is ready to take his music to the next level. He has announced his biggest run of live shows to date, dubbed the Suddenly Okay Tour. The tour will kick off on April 5 in San Francisco, and will make stops in 18 cities across the US and Canada, including Seattle, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago, Toronto, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, New York, Atlanta, Nashville, Dallas, Phoenix, Los Angeles, and more, before concluding on May 8 in San Diego.

The Artist Pre-sale launched on Wednesday, February 21 at 10 am local time, and ended on Thursday, February 22 at 11:59 pm local time. Tickets went on sale to the general public on Friday, February 23 at 10 am local time.

Along with the tour announcement, Blake Rose also released the official music video for “Suddenly Okay”, directed by Johnny Chew for AWAL. The video features Blake Rose performing the song in various locations, such as a rooftop, a park, and a bedroom, interspersed with scenes of him reminiscing about his former lover. The video captures the mood and message of the song, as well as Blake Rose’s charisma and talent.

Speaking about the new track, Blake Rose reveals, “Suddenly Okay talks through the depressive state that often follows a breakup. It’s very easy to slip into a dark hole and wallow in it forever but, no matter how many people try to help, sometimes the only thing that can pull you out of that hole is if you saw that person again.”

If you’re looking for a new song to add to your playlist, or a new artist to follow, you should definitely check out Blake Rose and his new single, “Suddenly Okay”. You can listen to the song and watch the video HERE. You can also pre-order his new EP HERE. And if you want to see him live, don’t miss the chance to catch him on the Suddenly Okay Tour. You might just find yourself suddenly okay with everything.

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