Singer-Songwriter Joel Adams, known for his global hit “Please Don’t Go”, is back in Australia after spending time in the United States writing with some of the world’s greatest pop hitmakers. With song credits ranging from rising Australian artist, Blake Rose, to OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder, Adams has had a very busy few years. His unique craft and artistic range, displayed on his soulful tracks “Coffee” and “Big World” slow the tempo down and allow the listener to be absorbed by his melodic verses. His first body of work, the Joel Adams EP, includes tracks such as “Someone to Love” that welcomes the listener into his mature style of songwriting. To kick off the new year, Adam’s has embarked on touring the Australian territory and releasing new music. His latest release “Papercuts” re-introduces audiences to Adams after some time away, but it’s the cinematic songwriting and powerfully restrained production that sets this one apart and truly marks a new chapter in his career. With more releases to follow in the coming months Adam’s is ready to take on his home turf, Australia.