M. Hofmann ‘Feel The Fire’ Single Launch
M. Hofmann launches his latest single, with full band, at the PBC!
Tasmanian-born, Sydney-based singer/songwriter M. Hofmann is ready to take 2021 head on. After a fruitful period of writing and releasing three singles in early 2020; Hofmann found himself in an incredibly fortunate position during the global pandemic, and sought to use the down time to record his work. Meeting up with fellow collaborators Tim McArtney and Charlie Finn on production duties, the trio played the majority of songs live, seeking to capture a certain energy, layering extra tracks as necessary. The result of those recordings is his debut full length release, ‘Lavender Sleeping’; an album peppered with nostalgia and self-reflection. Hofmann’s songs focus on themes of relationships, grief, and the rippling effects of mental health, all set to a classic Heartland Rock/Americana soundscape; where 80s guitar tones blend with synthesisers and organs, and a harmonica can be heard echo-ing in the distance.
Hofmann now launches his lead single from the album, titled ‘Feel The Fire’. An upbeat rocker that plays like something Bryan Adams and John Squire may have shared guitar duties on, ‘Feel The Fire’ speaks of a person who is experiencing a shift in their world views, and is questioning what they once thought was true.
‘Feel The Fire’ releases digitally on March 19.
To celebrate the launch of ‘Feel The Fire’, Hofmann and his band are thrilled to announce that they will be launching the single at the Petersham Bowling Club on March 25. Featuring already released songs, as well as new material from the upcoming record, this will be Hofmann’s full band debut, and one not to be missed.
Special guests to be announced
This is a Covid-safe show. Pre-sale tickets only. No walk-ups.
Under 18s are welcome at the Petersham Bowling Club but must be accompanied by an adult.
The Petersham Bowling Club acknowledge the Gadigal of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which this show takes place and pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and emerging and extend those respects to the First Nations peoples of NSW and beyond.