To help launch the tour, Alu has also shared a stripped back acoustic video of the breezy new cut, filmed up at Yama-Nui studios in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, which you can watch below.
In a statement addressing the callout for ukulele soloists to open his upcoming shows, Alu reflects on how playing ukulele connects him to his identity as an Australian-Samoan ruminating that “the ukulele is a really special instrument to me… It was the first instrument I learnt when I was about four – my Mum taught me to play and its always been really significant in helping me to connect with my Polynesian heritage.”
If you’re keen to jump on tour with Alu, all you have to do it post a video of yourself playing a tune on the uke onto Facebook or Instagram, tag @bobby_alu, your city and #FinallyTour. Applications close Friday 18th May and artists will be announced soon after.
Check out all the dates to Alu’s Finally Tour below:
Friday June 7/Saturday June 8 – Palm Creek Folk Festival, Mt. Surround QLD
Sunday June 9 – The Loft, Brisbane QLD
Friday June 14 – Wesley Anne, Melbourne VIC
Saturday June 15 – Grace Emily, Adelaide SA
Sunday June 16 – Mojos, Fremantle WA
Friday June 28 – Venue 505, Sydney NSW
Sunday June 30 – Festival Of Voices, Apslawn TAS
Grab your tickets via Bobby Alu’s website.