Take a fresh look at your lifestyle.

Singer Amy Shark hopes to move to Sydney after the Gold Coast commute takes its toll

Singer Amy Shark hopes to move to Sydney with husband Shane after constant commuting from her Gold Coast mansion takes a toll

Amy Shark would trade in her Gold Coast mansion for some new digs in Sydney.

The singer, real name Amy Louise Billings, first moved to her idyllic five-bedroom, four-bathroom waterfront mansion in Broadbeach, shortly after winning three ARIA awards in 2018.

But according to The Daily Telegraph, the constant travel has taken its toll and she now hopes to move to Sydney to be closer to her music label Sony, as well as the ease of facilitating flights for her work commitments in Los Angeles.

Moving: Amy Shark and husband Shane would swap her Gold Coast mansion for some new Sydney digs

Moving: Amy Shark and husband Shane would swap her Gold Coast mansion for some new Sydney digs

Amy and her husband Shane – whom she married in 2013 – decided to move earlier this year.

However, after returning to Australia from LA amid the COVID-10 pandemic, Amy decided to go home to the Gold Coast instead of quarantining for Sydney real estate.

Now that the locking measures have eased and people can travel freely between the borders of Queensland and New South Wales, the couple has resumed their search.

According to the publication, they have opened their eyes to a Victorian terraced house in northwest Sydney.

Fancy: The singer first moved to her idyllic five-bedroom, four-bathroom waterfront mansion in Broadbeach, shortly after winning three ARIA awards in 2018 [Pictured]

Fancy: The singer first moved to her idyllic five-bedroom, four-bathroom waterfront mansion in Broadbeach, shortly after winning three ARIA awards in 2018 [Pictured]

Fancy: The singer first moved to her idyllic five-bedroom, four-bathroom waterfront mansion in Broadbeach, shortly after winning three ARIA awards in 2018 [Pictured]

Making life easier: The constant travel has taken its toll, and she now hopes to move to Sydney to get closer to her music label Sony, as well as the ease of facilitating flights for her work commitments in LA.

Making life easier: The constant travel has taken its toll, and she now hopes to move to Sydney to get closer to her music label Sony, as well as the ease of facilitating flights for her work commitments in LA.

Making life easier: The constant travel has taken its toll, and she now hopes to move to Sydney to get closer to her music label Sony, as well as the ease of facilitating flights for her work commitments in LA.

Last month, Amy released her new single ‘Everybody Rise’ earlier this month after a two-year hiatus from music.

The Australian singer revealed the reason why she delayed the release of her new song, which was due to be released in early April.

Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, Amy explained that she didn’t think it was the right time to share her new music amid COVID-19, nor did she want to ‘choke what someone else is trying to say’ with the Black Lives Matter movement.

She is back! Last month, Amy released her new single 'Everybody Rise' earlier this month after a two-year hiatus from music [Pictured APRA Music Awards in 2019]

She is back! Last month, Amy released her new single 'Everybody Rise' earlier this month after a two-year hiatus from music [Pictured APRA Music Awards in 2019]

She is back! Last month, Amy released her new single ‘Everybody Rise’ earlier this month after a two-year hiatus from music [Pictured APRA Music Awards in 2019]

“What happened and happens is so important and so much bigger that when I push something into the world, it chokes a little bit what someone else is trying to say,” she told the publication.

“I don’t want to take that by surprise. I want the world to get better and those voices to be heard. ‘

Amy added that she has a feeling for fans who are waiting for new music, but ‘it will always feel good when the time is right.’

The Australian singer finally released her brand new single ‘Everybody Rise’ on Spotify and Apple Music.mk on June 5

Fame: The Australian singer finally released her brand new single 'Everybody Rise' on Spotify and Apple Music on June 5.

Fame: The Australian singer finally released her brand new single 'Everybody Rise' on Spotify and Apple Music on June 5.

Fame: The Australian singer finally released her brand new single ‘Everybody Rise’ on Spotify and Apple Music on June 5.

Advertisement

.