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Blake Rose Releases "Suddenly Okay" EP Today! North American Spring Headline Tour Starts April.

Blake Rose

Ahead of his anticipated headlining tour in North America, emerging singer-songwriter, producer, and musician Blake Rose launches his latest and exceptional EP, "Suddenly Okay," available now through AWAL Recordings. Crafted and co-produced entirely by Blake Rose, this four-track EP marks the debut installment of three to be revealed this year. Providing fans with an enticing and invigorating preview of the upcoming work from one of Australia's most promising musical talents in 2024.

Listen to Blake Rose’s new EP, ‘Suddenly Okay’ HERE.

Accompanying the EP launch, Blake has unveiled the official music video for the lead single, "Never Let Go," directed by John Chew for AWAL.

Watch the official music video for “Never Let Go” HERE.

When speaking about his new EP, “Suddenly Okay”, Rose reveals, ‘Suddenly Okay’ is the first of 3 projects I’ll be releasing this year, narrating my experiences with love. This EP is about manifesting a future where you are healed from the pains of heartbreak. Last year was a very challenging year for me mentally, so I wanted this EP to be a beacon of transformation into a new chapter.”

On the title track, he says, “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.

Watch the Johnny Chew-directed music video for “Suddenly Okay” HERE.

Starting April 5, Blake Rose will start “The Suddenly Okay Tour” in San Francisco. Marking his largest headline tour yet, Blake will visit over 15  cities including Seattle, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago, Toronto, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, New York, Atlanta, Nashville, Dallas, Phoenix, Los Angeles, and more, before concluding up on May 8 in San Diego. Alongside Blake on the journey will be American singer-songwriter, Max McNown. For a full list of tour dates and ticket purchases, please visit

After a dynamic 2023, highlighted by the launch of his second EP "You’ll Get It When You’re Older" (LISTEN), which NPR described as “a musical portrayal of growing up and gaining wisdom, curiosity, and regret”, with UPROXX proclaiming “If you haven’t been introduced to Perth export BlakeRose yet, get familiar.” Additionally, he made his debut on US Television, performing "Dizzy" from the EP on CBS’ The Late Late Show with James Corden, and joined Lauren Spencer Smith on her SOLD-OUT tour across North America and Australia.

"You’ll Get It When You’re Older" serves as the successor to Blake’s debut EP, "A World Gone By", released in 2021. With each subsequent release, Blake's repertoire expands, highlighting his skillful lyricism and knack for crafting infectious hooks and memorable melodies. This is evident in his substantial listener base, which has accumulated over 350 million streams across all his releases.

Praised by V Man as "an artist to watch," Blake Rose’s sonic identity is grounded in vibrant and lush arrangements, offset by sparse beat-craft, off-kilter plugins, in-the-box wizardry, and soulful intonation. Within a span of just over a year, Blake Rose transitioned from busking on the streets of Perth to becoming one of the most promising new talents to emerge in recent years. He first captured attention with self-penned, self-produced gems like his debut track "Hotel Room" and the subsequent "Lost," further fueling his growing reputation.

Stay tuned for more new music, coming soon.

Blake Rose’s third EP ‘Suddenly Okay’ is available everywhere today.



Suddenly Okay

How Do We Stay In Love?

Never Let Go

Last Walk Home




04/05 - Brick & Mortar - San Francisco, CA

04/08 - Barboza - Seattle, WA

04/10 - Soundwell - Salt Lake City, UT

04/12 - Globe Hall - Denver, CO

04/15 - 7th Street Entry - Minneapolis, MN

04/16 - Subterranean - Chicago, IL

04/18 - Velvet Underground - Toronto, ON

04/20 - Songbyrd - Washington, DC

04/22 - Foundry - Philadelphia, PA

04/24 - Bowery Ballroom - New York, NY

04/28 - Vinyl - Atlanta, GA - SOLD OUT

04/29 - The End - Nashville, TN

05/01 - Ruin's - Dallas, TX

05/02 - Antone's - Austin, TX

05/05 - Crescent Ballroom - Phoenix, AZ

05/06 - The Echo - Los Angeles, CA

05/08 - Voodoo Room @ House of Blues - San Diego, CA


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