Mitch Tambo shares a message of hope in new single ‘Love’

Sung in the singer's Gamilaraay language

Indigenous artist Mitch Tambo has released a new single, ‘Love.’

Sung in the musician’s Gamilaraay language, it follows on from Tambo’s January single ‘Together.’

Watch the lyric video below:

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According to a statement, ‘Love’ is intended to “deliver a powerful message of hope.” Written prior to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Tambo explained that the song’s universal themes have taken on new meaning.

“Within this current climate, we find ourselves in isolation craving for many of the things we love,” Tambo said.

“‘Love’ is a reminder to reach deep down within, heal and set our spirits free with love, healing and hope for a better tomorrow.”

“If we can use this time to work on loving ourselves better and loving others better when this is all over, we will be ready to move forward as a collective like never before.”

The release follows on from Tambo’s closing performance at February’s Fire Fight Australia. The singer joined Olivia Newton-John, Brian May and John Farnham for a rendition of ‘You’re The Voice.’

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Throughout a period of isolation, Tambo has been active on Instagram. His daily sessions, entitled Tambo Talk, sees the singer connect directly with fans.

Tambo has now partnered with NITV to stream his show live. It will air Friday nights at 8.30pm AEST, via NITV’s Facebook.

‘Love’ is available to stream/download now.

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