RELEASES VIDEO FOR ‘I’M WITH YOU’
+ ANNOUNCED AS MAIN SUPPORT ON
P!NK’S EUROPEAN SUMMER TOUR
+ NOMINATED FOR THREE ARIA AWARDS
INCLUDING SONG OF THE YEAR
Vance Joy today reveals the lush, cinematic video for his new single ‘I’m With You’.
A re-worked version of the popular track taken from his ARIA #1, gold-selling album Nation of Two, ‘I’m With You’ is a fan favourite and follows on from fellow singles ‘Lay It On Me’ (2x platinum), ‘We’re Going Home’ (platinum) and ‘Saturday Sun’ (gold).
Created by US director Mimi Cave, with whom Vance Joy has collaborated in the past (Lay It On Me, We’re Going Home, Call If You Need Me), the stunning video is a perfect companion piece to the song. Shot in Hawaii, it follows two women through a magical landscape, with a dreamlike feel.
“These two women meet in a world that feels like the interior of their imaginations. In this place they drown-out any preconceived ideas of who they’re supposed to be or be with… they’re free from judgement. The video depicts the idea of meeting someone that understands you in a way that feels like looking into a mirror… That someone that you can be with and say nothing — but know they’re right there with you no matter what.”
– Mimi Cave
Since leaving Australia following his local Nation of Two Tour dates, Vance Joy has played to adoring crowds throughout Latin America, with shows in Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Mexico. The tour, which has totalled 83 dates globally, will wind up in Europe in November.
Vance Joy was also announced last week as the main support on P!NK’s European Summer Tour for 2019, which will see him returning to stadiums on the continent on a tour spanning over two months. He also received three ARIA Award nominations for this year’s awards, including the coveted Song of the Year for ‘Lay it On Me’.
Local fans will be treated to headline sets from the singer-songwriter at the Fairgrounds Festival in November and again at Falls Festival at year’s end.
EUROPEAN SUMMER TOUR DATES WITH P!NK
Visit vancejoy.com/tour for more information
June 16, Amsterdam, NE- Johan Cruijff Arena
June 18, Dublin, IR – RDS
June 20, Cardiff, UK – Principality Stadium
June 22, Glasgow, UK – Hampden Park
June 25, Liverpool, UK – Anfield Stadium
June 29, London, UK – Wembley Stadium
June 30, London UK – Wembley Stadium
July 3, Nanterre, FR – Paris La Defense Arena
July 5, Cologne DE – Rheinenenerqiestadion
July 6, Cologne DE – Rheinenenerqiestadion
July 8, Hamburg DE – Volksparkstadion
July 10, Stuttgart DE – Mercedes-Benz Arena
July 12, Hannover DE – HDI Arena
July 14, Berlin DE – Olympia Stadion
July 20, Warsaw PL – PGE Narodowy Stadium
July 22, Frankfurt DE – Commerzbank Arena
July 24, Vienna AT – East Happel Station
July 26, Munich DE – Olympiastadion
July 27, Munich DE – Olympiastadion
July 30, Zurich CH – Letzigrund Stadion
August 3, Stockholm – SE – Tele2 Arena