Sep 24, 2019


Holding true to his mission to make music for ‘Lovers & Overthinkers’, Didirri’s song-writing approaches complex thoughts and feelings with charm and raw power - captivating listeners, magnifying important issues and engaging crowds to feel, move, think, heal and singalong.

After releasing his debut EP Measurements just last year, Didirri has had a massive 12 months. From a collective 30 million streams on the EP, to playing Splendour In The Grass, to having 4x singles added to triple j rotation, to packing his bag and touring the US and UK twice in under 6 months. As well as playing The Great Escape Festival in Brighton, Latitude Festival in Suffolk, and Primavera Sounds in Barcelona, Didirri also played a series of shows across Europe only to return home to sell out multiple tours across Australia, including 170 Russell, and 2x Corner Hotel shows which he filmed and recorded for an intimate Live EP.

The achievements are impressive and humbling, and ultimately highlight that no matter the language, the location, the age, on a small stage or large, there’s something about Didirri’s music that connects with people in a really special way. His lyrics open the door usher you into his mind, connecting with listeners on a level rarely seen in modern music. The connection is honest, it’s real, it’s an invitation.

After spending some time in the studio recording with legendary producer Dann Hume (Amy Shark, Matt Corby, Tash Sultana, Troye Sivan), Didirri returns with his most memorable and magnetic tune yet - "Blue Mood Rising".
Blue Mood Rising is out now.