Australian hit-makers Sheppard are going back on the road for their first headline shows in over two years to celebrate the success of their latest hit Keep Me Crazy.
Hitting radio as the band toured stadiums around Australia and New Zealand with Justin Bieber, the song raced up the charts, spending weeks in the iTunes top 20 and continues to smash the airwaves, currently one of the biggest Australian songs on radio.
The band are embarking on three special intimate shows to play to fans before they head back overseas for the international release of Keep Me Crazy. Their first overseas stop will be the UK where the band will take their stadium show across the country with Little Mix.
“Playing live is so important to us and before things get too crazy overseas, we are looking forward to playing for our fans here,” said George Sheppard. “Playing with Justin Bieber around Australia was a dream come true for us, so to get the opportunity to play to our UK fans with a band like Little Mix is yet another opportunity this year where we’ve had to pinch ourselves!”
Keep Me Crazy is a fresh pop jam which combines a next-gear slick, up-tempo earworm with all the ingredients that gave Sheppard over 400 million streams, top 10 chart placements globally and one of the biggest Australian hits of the decade with Geronimo.
Already clocking up over two million streams of its own in Australia and impacting the Spotify, Shazam and iTunes charts, Keep Me Crazy is on its way to being Sheppard’s biggest song yet. An exclusive acoustic version of the single hits online this Friday, showing a new side to the single.
From serenading Ellen and Jimmy Fallon, to abseiling across the world’s biggest festival crowd at Brazil’s Rock in Rio, to guesting at the Radio Disney Music Awards, on sitcom Girl Meets World and The Voice US, Canada and Australia, Sheppard continue to reject the notion of impossible and Keep Me Crazy continues to push the limits again for the independent Brisbane act.