Human Nature’s Andrew Tierney has revealed his hopes for the band, after they were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame last month.
The 45-year-old told The Daily Telegraphon Saturday that he hopes the band can continue to perform for another 30 years, after celebrating three decades in the industry.
‘I would love to still be doing what I love in 30 years,’ Andrew told the publication.
‘I would love to still be doing it in 30 years!’ Human Nature’s Andrew Tierney (far right ) revealed at the weekend his hopes for the band after they were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame
‘Maybe we will be doing the dance moves but I don’t know 30 years from now.’
He added that he enjoys ‘making people happy with music.’
‘I would love to still be singing and making people happy with music and still feel passionate about it, I think that is the most important thing.’
He added that the group will be putting out a new album next year.
Doing their thing: He added that the group will be putting out a new album next year (Pictured left to right: Phil Burton, 45, Andrew, Toby Allen, 46, and Michael, 42)
Success: It comes after the iconic Australian band were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame last month, having formed back in 1989 and having gone on to have huge success internationally (pictured at the ARIAs)
It comes after the iconic Australian band were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame last month, having formed back in 1989 and having gone on to have huge success internationally.
They performed a medley of their greatest hits during the special performance at the ARIAs, which included dance routines and several costume changes.
But fans seemed to be a little distracted by Human Nature’s age-defying looks during their performance at the prestigious awards ceremony, with some mocking them online.
Many even questioned whether the band – Andrew, his brother Michael, 42, Toby Allen, 46, and Phil Burton, 45 – had undergone Botox injections recently.
‘Did they thank Botox?’ But fans seemed to be a little distracted by Human Nature’s age-defying looks during their performance at the prestigious awards ceremony (pictured)
‘Not one forehead wrinkle exists’: Twitter went into a meltdown as fans joked about the fortysomething singers’ apparent fondness for Botox injections
‘Did Human Nature thank Botox?’ one person tweeted, while another added: ‘Not one forehead wrinkle exists in Human Nature.’
‘Any more surgery and Human Nature are going to look like Wayne Newton,’ a third person wrote on Twitter.
But others were simply delighted to see the band inducted into the Hall of Fame, with one fan gushing: ‘Human Nature KILLING it [at] the #ARIAs.’
Another supporter tweeted: ‘Say what you want, Human Nature are mint.’
‘Killing it at the ARIAs’: Many viewers praised the band for their energetic performance
Vocalist Phil revealed on stage that the group had performed more than 4,000 shows during their career.
Human Nature began their careers in 1989 as ‘4 Trax’, when they represented their school, Hurlstone Agricultural High, in a local concert in Bankstown, western Sydney.
After signing a deal with Sony in 1995, the group released their triple platinum-selling debut album, Telling Everybody, in 1996.
Since then the group have gone on to release 13 albums, including hit singles such as Be There with You, Wishes, He Don’t Love You and Every Time You Cry.
No different! Human Nature have hardly aged a day in two decades. Pictured in April 2001
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