Australian singer/songwriter Cody Simpson will be releasing his upcoming album titled FREE out June 23, 2015 via Coast House Records / Banana Beat Records, which is also available for pre-order. The album, produced by Cisco Adler, marks Cody’s first release as an independent artist. Simpson even claims that this album is, “the first time I’ve had the creative freedom to do what I want”.

When fans pre-order the album on iTunes, they will receive instant downloads of new tracks Flower,” New Problems,” and Thotful,”. The album contains features by Donovan Frankenreiter and G. Love on “It Don’t Matter” and “Love Yourself,” respectively. Cody first gave listeners a sneak peek of his new sound on with his track “Flower” and single artwork created by Miley CyrusThe single artwork can be also be seen on limited edition t-shirts of which a percentage of proceeds will go to Miley’s charity, the Happy Hippie Foundation.

At just 18, Cody has enjoyed quite an impressive career to date. His 2013 album Surfer’s Paradise featured collaborations with Ziggy Marley and Asher Roth and landed in the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 200. He toured Europe and the U.S. as direct support for Justin Bieber and released his official autobiography, Welcome To Paradise: My Journey, through Harper Collins.

Cody recently made his SXSW debut performing multiple showcases and wrapping up select U.S. tour dates before embarking on his European tour. For more information, updated tour dates and to purchase tickets, click here.

FREE track listing:
1. Free
2. Driftwood
3. New Problems
4. Flower
5. Thotful
6. I’m Your Friend
7. It Don’t Matter (ft. Donavon Frankenreiter)
8. ABC
9. Livin’ Easy
10. Wilderness
11. Palm Of Your Hand
12. Love Yourself (ft. G Love)
13. Happy Little Hippie
14. Still Smiling

Apr 7                     Toronto, ON @ Opera House
Apr 22                   Helsinki, Finland @ Circus
Apr 24                   Gothenburg, Sweden @ Tradgarn
Apr 26                   Bergen, Norway @ USF Verftet – Rokeriet
Apr 27                   Stavanger, Norway @ Folken
Apr 28                   Aarhus, Denmark @ Train
Apr 29                   Berlin, Germany @ Postbahnhof
May 1                    Warsaw, Poland @ Palladium
May 3                    Hamburg, Germany @ Gruenspan
May 4                    Cologne, Germany @ Kantine
May 6                    London, UK @ Shepherds Bush Empire
May 7                    Birmingham, UK @ Institute
May 8                    Manchester, UK @ Ritz
May 10                 Utrecht, Netherlands @ Tivoli Vredenburg
May 12                 Paris, France @ Alhambra
May 14                 Zurich, Switzerland @ Dynamo
May 15                 Milan, Italy @ Tunnel & Magazzini Generali
May 17                 Barcelona, Spain @ Razzmatazz
May 18                 Madrid, Spain @ Sala San Miguel


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