Human Nature: Mike Tierney Still Excited About Performances After 30 Years

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EXCLUSIVE: Human Nature’s Mike Tierney admits he still gets a kick out of performing after 30 years

They are the tight boy band that rose to fame in the mid 90’s.

But the members of Human Nature have revealed that they still get a kick out of performing, despite being in show business for over three decades.

“We’ve always been passionate about music and entertaining people,” Mike Tierney, 44, told the Daily Mail Australia.

Exciting: The members of Human Nature have revealed that they still get a kick out of performing, despite being in show business for over three decades. Pictured at the ARIAs in 2019

“We love doing the live shows, but creating this new music has been a completely new approach for us,” he added when he returned to the studio for their new album.

Mike also admitted that while he finds the songwriting process exciting, the group had to figure out where their sound fits into today’s pop landscape.

“It had been 15 years since we wrote a song together,” added 46-year-old Andrew Tierney.

Changes: Mike Tierney also admitted that while he finds the songwriting process exciting, the group had to figure out where their sound fits into today's pop landscape.  Pictured (L-R): Toby Allen, Phil Burton, Andrew Tierney and Michael Tierney on August 13, 2015, in New York City

Changes: Mike Tierney also admitted that while he finds the songwriting process exciting, the group had to figure out where their sound fits into today’s pop landscape. Pictured (L-R): Toby Allen, Phil Burton, Andrew Tierney and Michael Tierney on August 13, 2015, in New York City

“Mike and I wrote a lot of the core lyrics for all of Human Nature’s early original albums and this new body of work started to take shape once we started writing together again, so it’s come full circle.”

“When Mike and I talked about the direction we wanted to take with these new Human Nature songs,” Andrew explained.

“We wanted it to be positive, uplifting pop with a deeper message underneath — to make people feel better about where they are and cheer them up a bit.”

Human Nature's new EP, Good Good Life, is out now

Human Nature’s new EP, Good Good Life, is out now

It comes as the group, which consists of the Tierney brothers, Toby Allen and Phil Burton, recently celebrated their landmark 30th anniversary.

Human Nature is currently playing regional shows before embarking on their national tour in August.

Human Nature’s new EP, Good Good Life, is out out now

Human Nature: Good Good Life Tour Dates

TUES 31 AUGUST ADELAIDE, HER MAJESTY’S THEATER

FRI 3 SEPT. PERTH, CROWN THEATER

SATURDAY 4 SEPT. PERTH CROWN THEATER

DIN 7 SEPT. BRISBANE, QPAC CONCERT HALL

WO 8 SEPT. BRISBANE, QPAC CONCERT HALL

FRI 10 SEPTEMBER MELBOURNE, HAMMER HALL

SAT 11 SEPTEMBER MELBOURNE, HAMMER HALL

DIN 14 SEPT. CANBERRA, ROYAL THEATER

THURS 16 SEPT. NEWCASTLE, CIVIC THEATER

FRI 17 SEPT. WIN ENTERTAINMENT CENTER

SAT SEPTEMBER 18 SYDNEY, THE STER

SUN 19 SEPT. SYDNEY, THE STAR

Milestone: It comes as the group, which consists of Toby Allen, Phil Burton and brothers Andrew and Mike Tierney, recently celebrated their milestone 30th anniversary together

Milestone: It comes as the group, which consists of Toby Allen, Phil Burton and brothers Andrew and Mike Tierney, recently celebrated their milestone 30th anniversary together

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