What do you get when you pair one of the most consistently amazing solo artists in Australia with one of the most electrifying frontmen in Aussie music? Well, you get the lead single from Dan Sultan’s upcoming EP, which sees him teaming up with Gang Of Youths’ Dave Le’aupepe to deliver the soulful ‘Drover’.

Out next month, Killer Under A Blood Moon sees Dan Sultan teaming up with a number of brilliant Aussie acts, including A.B. Original, Meg Mac, and Camp Cope to deliver some stunning reworks of selected tracks from his 2017 ARIA-nominated album, Killer.

“When Dan Sultan asks, one doesn’t say no,” explained Dave Le’aupepe of their new tune. “He could ask for both my kidneys and I would probably say yes — thankfully, he only wanted to re-record ‘Drover’, so we just did that.”

“Working with Dan is captivating, inspiring and often hilarious, and although it’s easy to be outshone by Sults, you usually wind up feeling better about yourself and your craft than you did when you started.”

Likewise, Dan Sultan explained that the idea behind Killer Under A Blood Moon was give these songs new life, and to have fun in the process. “We were really just hanging out and having a bit of fun together,” explained Dan.

“I’m really proud of Killer and of the writing on the album, and this is another way to show these songs from a different perspective.”

Dan Sultan’s Killer Under A Blood Moon is set to be released on May 18th through Liberation Music, with pre-orders available now. You can also catch Dan on his Killer tour, which sees him trekking all over the country until mid-July.

Check out Dan Sultan’s ‘Drover (feat. Dave Le’aupepe)’:

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Dan Sultan’s Killer Solo Tour

Tickets on sale now

Thu 26 Apr
The Spiegeltent, Wollongong, NSW

Fri 27 Apr
Blue Mountains Theatre & Cultural Hub, Blue Mountains, NSW

Sat 28 Apr
The Spiegeltent, Canberra, ACT

Sun 29 Apr
Milton Theatre, Milton, NSW – SOLD OUT

Wed 2 May
Sydney Opera House – Studio, Sydney, NSW

Thu 3 May
Sydney Opera House – Studio, Sydney, NSW

Fri 4 May
Milton Theatre, Milton, NSW – SOLD OUT

Fri 11 May
Gpac – Drama Theatre, Geelong, VIC

Fri 18 May
The Cardinia Cultural Centre, Cardinia, VIC

Sat 19 May
The Memo, Healesville, VIC – SOLD OUT

Sat 26 May
Darwin Entertainment Centre – Playhouse, Darwin, NT

Sat 2 Jun
Tanks Art Centre, Cairns, QLD

Fri 8 Jun
Wagga Wagga Civic Centre, Wagga Wagga, NSW

Thu 14 Jun
Old Museum Concert Hall, Brisbane, QLD

Fri 15 Jun
The J Theatre, Noosa, QLD

Sat 16 Jun
Redland Performing Arts Centre, Redland, QLD

Sun 17 Jun
Brunswick Picture House, Brunswick Heads, NSW

Wed 20 Jun
Jetty Memorial Theatre, Coffs Harbour, NSW

Thu 21 Jun
Capitol Theatre, Tamworth, NSW

Fri 22 Jun
Laycock Street Theatre, Gosford, NSW

Sat 23 Jun
Long Point Vineyard, Port Macquarie, NSW

Thu 28 Jun
Knox Community Arts Centre, Bayswater, VIC

Fri 29 Jun
The Capital, Bendigo, VIC

Sat 30 Jun
Queenscliff Town Hall, Queenscliff, VIC

Thu 5 Jul
Sooki Lounge, Belgrave, VIC

Fri 6 Jul
Horsham Town Hall, Horsham, VIC

Sat 7 Jul
The Gov, Adelaide, SA

Thu 12 Jul
Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre – The Cube, Bunbury, WA

Fri 13 Jul
Settler’s Tavern, Margaret River, WA

Sat 14 Jul
Fly By Night Club – Victoria Hall, Fremantle, WA

Sun 15 Jul
Queens Park Theatre, Geraldton, WA

Wed 18 Jul
Carnarvon Civic Centre – Camel Lane Theatre, Carnarvon, WA

Fri 20 Jul
Red Earth Arts Precinct, Karratha, WA

Sat 21 Jul
Matt Dann Theatre, Port Headland, WA

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