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Mo’Ju Announces Fourth Album, Shares Single ‘Change Has To Come’

Mo’Ju has announced their return this week, letting fans know that the much anticipated follow up to 2018’s Native Tongue is most definitely on the way.

While much of their forthcoming fourth studio album still shrouded in mystery, Mo’Ju has shared a first taste of the project with the single ‘Change Has To Come’. The track urges the listener to take a breath and a beat away from the internet, from the toxicity of our screens, and to reconnect with real life. ‘Change Has To Come’ is a social call to arms. This new era for Mo’Ju is anchored in a desire to come together, fighting for change in a real and unified way.

Mo’Ju – ‘Change Has To Come’

Along with the release of their new single, Mo’Ju has also announced a special set of live performances with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in early 2023. It’s a big lead up to the release of their new album, which is slated for release in March 2023.

Mo’Ju’s upcoming Sydney show will bring them to the Sydney Opera House as part of Sydney World Pride, before they return to Melbourne to perform at the iconic Hamer Hall. Tickets for Mo’Ju’s Sydney show with the Sydney Symphony are available here, with tickets to the Hamer Hall show here.

Mo’Ju is next set to perform at the inaugural First And Forever festival at Hanging Rock – the Briggs and Paul Kelly-curated festival celebrating Blak excellence.

Mo’Ju Australian Tour Dates

  • Sunday 27 November – First And Forever Festival, Hanging Rock
  • Tuesday 21 February – Sydney Opera House, Sydney
  • Friday 17 March – Hamer Hall, Melbourne

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