Australians have again embraced the incomparable Tina Arena with open arms sending her new album ‘Reset’ to the top of the charts and seeing it certified Gold after only 3 weeks of sales. ‘Reset’ debuted at #4 on the ARIA album charts and has remained in the Top 10 since release. Album track “Only Lonely” is currently featured in the finale promo spot for Channel 7’s Home & Away and steadily climbing the singles chart as fans connect with the emotive and soaring ballad on TV. View the spot on Sunrise here:
Tina continues to light up the dance floors and our television screens on Seven Network’s Dancing With The Stars. Dancing with partner Damian Whitewood, Tina is an audience favourite on the show and is tipped by many to make it all the way to the final.
‘Reset’ is Tina’s first album of original music in English in over a decade. Glowing reviews of ‘Reset’ have touted the album as her finest yet with Cameron Adam’s of News Corp Australia writing “This is Tina Arena’s Whispering Jack. That is, it’s the album that should reset all the preconceptions anyone has of her, beyond the undeniable fact she’s our premier female vocalist….Adele proved that people, including those over 30, will still buy albums if they’re the right albums. Here’s the next one”.
‘Reset’ is a proud addition to an incredible catalogue of music from one of Australia’s most legendary vocalists. With a career of almost four decades in music, Tina Arena is a household name in Australia and France. The artist who gave us ‘Chains’, ‘Burn’ and ‘Sorrento Moon’ has sold over 8 million albums globally and has won countless awards worldwide (ARIA, World Music, Variety, People’s Choice). One in four Australian homes own a copy of her #1 ARIA chart album ‘Don’t Ask’ which has sold over 1 million copies in Australia since release, making it over 14 x platinum. Her latest release of the ‘Love & Loss’albums debuted at #3 in the ARIA charts and achieved double platinum sales in Australia. Tina has had 20 top 20 singles worldwide and has exceeded sales of 5 million units in her adopted home of France.
Tina’s insightful and intimate autobiography ‘Now I Can Dance’ is also available in stores now.