Sting Reflects On Doing A Farewell Tour Soon

Sting was recently interviewed by USA TODAY to share some details about his upcoming album and he unveiled whether he is planning to retire with a farewell tour soon which his fans have been wondering about it for a long time.

As you might know, Sting released a compilation album entitled ‘Duets’ featuring several collaborations with iconic musicians, Eric Clapton, Charles Aznavour, Herbie Hancock, Julio Iglesias, Gashi, and many more on March 19, 2021. The album received critical acclaim and very positive reviews from their fans for Sting’s harmony with these singers.

Sting announced that he will release his fifteenth studio album entitled ‘The Bridge’ on November 19, 2021.  He stated that it will be based on transformation and lives between death and life. In addition, the musician recently went back to the stage as a part of his My Songs Tour which had to be rescheduled to 2021 and 2022 due to the coronavirus outbreak.

In a recent interview, Sting cleared the air about his retirement plans and a possible farewell tour saying that he doesn’t have any plans about retiring. He also added that he will continue to perform his stage shows until his last breath by resembling himself to a fish who cannot live without the existence of water.

Sting shared his ideas saying:

“You’re asking a fish what it’s going to be like without water. I can’t imagine life without working onstage. I love it.”

Sting loves being on the stage and connecting with his fans during his concerts and tours. It can be understood from his statements that he can’t be a musician who is only work at the studio to release new songs or albums. Hopefully, his fans will be able to watch Sting’s live performances for many years.