Nick Murphy turns a lonely church into a soaring solo meditation in "Message You At Midnight."
The New York-based Australian producer & musician formerly known as Chet Faker will write, produce, record and perform under his given name, Nick Murphy. His full statement about the change can be read on his Facebook page. Shortly after announcing his name change, Murphy released Fear Less, an electrifying mix of past and new influences.
Murphys dynamic new show pulls from his existing catalogue and new music. He is set to bring the show to stages across the globe including sold out dates in New York, Los Angeles and London; a headline slot at Laneway Festival 2017s dates in Singapore, Australia and New Zealand; and a headline performance at Houstons Day For Night Music & Arts Festival, among other shows. Today, he also announced a May 12, 2017 show with Bonobo at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. See full tour routing below, including DJ sets in New York City and Los Angeles.
Nick Murphys achievements as Chet Faker since the release of critically acclaimed debut album Built On Glass has been great. The album featured a number of tracks that each garnered tens of millions of streams and video views. He performed the albums biggest single Gold on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live! last year, and the video was nominated for an MTV Video Music Award. Murphy has performed sold out shows on five continents including three nights at New Yorks Terminal 5 in 2015, and has played at the worlds top festivals including Coachella, Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, FYF Fest, Glastonbury and Primavera Sound.