Fanny Lumsden has announced she'll be raising much-needed funds for victims of Australia's ongoing bushfire crisis with a show in March. 

Lumsden will launch her new album Fallow in her community of Tooma which has been heavily affected by bushfires with proceeds from the 14 March show going to the Tooma Bushfire Recovery fundraiser. 

Along with the fundraiser announce, Lumsden has taken to social media to share that the album's cover had been reshot to reflect the devastation in the area. 

"We shot our album cover in June, the album is heavily inspired by the valley and even recorded here Ina stone hut," reads the post. 

"We had always planned on launching it in Tooma but just didn’t plan the fire part. So a couple of days ago we shot the album cover again with what it looks like now." See the full post below. 

Tickets for both the fundraiser and Lumsden's national tour are on sale now, head to theGuide for all the info. Fallow is out 13 March. 

Australia is burning. To donate to the Red Cross' Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund follow the link here.

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