It is with extreme disappointment that The Screaming Jets have announced today a delay in the release of the 30-Year Anniversary Edition of their groundbreaking debut album All For One.
The release date will now be October 22, 2021.
Accompanying this change is the rescheduling of all current tour dates, into 2022, with new dates to be advised in due course.
Both changes are unavoidable given the current status of border restrictions and Covid lockdowns across Australia. All album pre-orders and tickets will remain valid for these new dates.
The band has sent the following message to fans via social media:
Unfortunately, for all the obvious reasons, we are going to have to postpone our 30th Anniversary tour and album release. We will come back to you with new tour dates as soon as we can – there are a lot of great people working on how we can deliver this tour for you in the best way possible. But we’re not the only band suffering in this instance so please give us a moment to work through it, while we all work together to keep Aussie music live. The covid situation is also impacting on the production of the physical version of the album so we need to move its release date to October 22nd, 2021 – so we can deliver it to you direct on vinyl or CD to allow you to play it loud and proud.
If you’re ordered the album and a ticket – don’t worry we’ve got you. The album will be sent out week of release still and your ticket will move to the rescheduled date.
Thanks for supporting us – we would love to show how much we appreciate you – we will soon when we can see you again, hot and sweaty in a venue!
‘ALL FOR ONE’ ALBUM RELEASE: OCTOBER 22, 2021 PRE SAVE HERE