Sensation HRVY lands in Australia!

Following the launch of his brand new single, HRVY arrives Australia this week; the track, ‘Hasta Luego’, a duet, which features the Latin pop princess, Malu.

On Friday May 11, the UK star will be live at the Home The Venue in Sydney and on the 12th; he will be at 170 Russell in Melbourne to entertain his Australian fans. The door is schedule to be open at 7pm in Sydney with opening acts by The Janoskians and DJ Rodjar. HRVY is expected to hit the stage by 9 pm however; the show is scheduled to start at an earlier time in Melbourne – 5pm.

He is expected to perform his hit, ‘personal’ and of course, his new tropical tinged Latino pop tune, perfectly mixed with summer vibes and Spanish guitar, ‘Hasta Luego’.

With 2.8 million Instagram followers, over 1 million followers on both and Facebook and over 1 million subscribers on Vevo as well, he is estimated to have about 7 million followers globally.

He got over 100 million views on his previous hit single, personal as well as over 60 million streams on all other platforms combined.

Malu on the other hand is a Cuba-America singer based in Miami and is arguably one of the most promising talents to emerge recently from Latin America. She has amassed over 10 million fans across social media platforms. She got over 60 million views as well on the video of her debut single ‘Luna Llena’

HRVY and Malu can boast of a combined 17 million social following.

HRVY is currently 19 years old, and has been building up his social media following since he was 12. Born out of Kent, HRVY started out on social media by sharing covers of Trey Songz and One Direction hits. According to him, he’ll definitely go for a heartfelt song and he really does enjoy singing. He also noted that the song has to be relevant and something that people have been searching for after all, what’s the point of making songs no one wants to listen to?

Right before embarking on his own tour of the Aussies, he just got back from a UK Arena Tour where he went to support The Vamps. After his visit to Australia, he is expected to have a UK tour of his own. It’s worth knowing that he recently performed to a sold out crowd at London’s Garage in Islslington.

The tickets for the Sydney event range from $48.56 – $132.96 while the Melbourne tickets go for $55.73 – $92.03.

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