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Live from Joshua Tree is the first live album and concert film by Australian alternative dance group, Rüfüs Du Sol. The album was announced in February 2020 and released digitally on 6 March 2020.[1]

The album was filmed in September 2019 in the Joshua Tree National Park in the United States. Upon announcement, James Hunt said "We originally planned for it to be a live stream, but as the idea grew and the production got bigger and bigger, it organically morphed into a film".[1] Following its vinyl release in July 2023, the album peaked at number 14 on the ARIA Charts.

The film, of the same name, was produced by Danny Robson & Alexander George and was also released on 6 March 2020.[2] The release followed two exclusive Australian screenings of the film at Ritz Cinemas Randwick in Sydney and IMAX in Melbourne on 4 March 2020 with all proceeds raised going to The Red Cross to be put towards Australian bushfire aid.[3][1]


In a review of the film, Robyn Dexter from Dancing Astronaut called it "breathtaking" saying "The film takes the viewer through some of the band's most recognisable tunes, presented in an immersive and awe-inspiring format. From 'Eyes' to 'Innerbloom' to the previously released footage of 'Solace', fans are sure to delight in the breathtaking composition of these beloved songs."[4]

Music journalist Bernard Zuel said "I've never seen them presented in such a stunning, tell-your-kids-about-that-one-day way either. And it sounds good to boot, with the set list weighted slightly more towards atmosphere than sweat to emphasise the widescreen nature of Rüfüs Du Sol."[5]

Track listing

1."Valley of the Yuccas"3:47
3."New Sky"5:28
4."Desert Night"5:35
8."No Place"5:49


Chart performance for Live from Joshua Tree
Chart (2023)Peak
Australian Albums (ARIA) [6]14

Release history

Various6 March 2020Rose Avenue
Australia7 July 2023Rose Avenue093624870616


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  6. ^ "ARIA Top 50 Albums Chart". Australian Recording Industry Association. 17 July 2023. Retrieved 14 July 2023.


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Rüfüs Du Sol (stylized in all caps) is an Australian alternative dance group from Sydney, that consists of Tyrone Lindqvist, Jon George and James Hunt.[1]

The band was known simply as Rüfüs (stylised in all caps) from their inception until January 2014, before changing their name to Rüfüs Du Sol – exclusively in the United States – to avoid confusion with existing funk band Rufus.[2] In May 2018, the band adopted the name change worldwide for the sake of consistency.[3]

Their debut album Atlas peaked at number one in Australia in 2013, and their three subsequent albums have all reached either number one or number two in their home country. while their second album Bloom debuted atop the Australian albums chart in early 2016. Their single "You Were Right" won the ARIA Award for Best Dance Release in 2015.

As part of their 2021–2023 Surrender world tour, Rüfüs Du Sol played three sold out stadium shows at Banc of California Stadium. In 2022, they won the Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Recording for their song "Alive". In 2023, they headlined Oshega Festival in Montreal, and headlined Field Day in Sydney on New Year's Day in 2024.


2010–2012: Formation

The band formed consisting of Jon George, Tyrone Lindqvist and James Hunt in November 2010. On 1 January 2011, they released their debut EP Rüfüs.[4] "We Left", their debut single was released on 25 July 2011.[5] Two tracks from the EP, "Paris Collides" and "We Left" reached numbers 8 and 13 on the Hype Machine charts simultaneously, while the video for "We Left" was nominated as one of 12 finalists internationally in the 2012 Vimeo Awards for Best Music Video.[6]

In April 2012, Rüfüs released their second EP, Blue.[7] The double A-sided single "This Summer"/"Selena" was released on 16 July 2012.[8]

2013–2014: Atlas

The band's debut studio album, Atlas, was released on 9 August 2013.[9] It debuted at number one on the Australian Albums Chart on 25 August 2013.[10] It was preceded by "Take Me" as the lead single on 8 March 2013,[11] and "Desert Night" as the second single on 2 August 2013.[12] "Tonight" was released as the third single 22 November 2013,[13] followed by "Sundream" as the fourth single on 21 March 2014.[14]

2015–2017: Bloom

In June 2015, Rüfüs released "You Were Right", the lead single from their forthcoming second album. It peaked at number 22 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart and was certified double platinum. The album Bloom was released in January 2016 and become the band's second number-one album. In 2016, they performed at both Coachella and Electric Forest.[15][16]

2018–2020: Solace and Solace Remixed

In May 2018, the band changed its name worldwide to Rüfüs Du Sol, having already made the change in the United States four years prior. Lead singer Tyrone Lindqvist explained the name change: "I guess we don't really know any other bands that have two names throughout the entire world so it just seemed fitting."[3] Soon after, Rüfüs Du Sol released their single "No Place" on 25 May 2018. They later released the singles "Underwater" and "Lost in My Mind", along with announcing their third album Solace.[17] In 2018, they again played at Electric Forest,[18] while in 2019 the band's performances included Field Day, Coachella and a sold out show at Lollapalooza, Chicago.[19][20][21] A Solace remix album was released in September 2019. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2019, Solace was nominated for three ARIA Music Awards.[22] In 2020, the band headlined CRSSD Fest in San Diego.[23]

2020: Live from Joshua Tree

In 2020, the band recorded a live album from Joshua Tree, California entitled Rüfüs Du Sol: Live from Joshua Tree. The 45-minute album and accompanying feature film, shot in Joshua Tree National Park, included music from the band's three albums to date: Bloom, Atlas and Solace. The film was directed by Alexander George, and was presented by Mixmag and the band's label Rose Avenue Records. It premiered at the Vista Theatre in Los Angeles in February 2020, before being digitally released in March 2020.[24][25]

2021-2023: Surrender

On 13 July 2021, the band released "Alive"; their first song in three years. In a press statement, Lindqvist said, "It's a heavier song in some ways, but at its core it's hopeful."[26] The follow-up single "Next to Me" was released on 11 August 2021. Jon George said it "is a song of devotion, caring compassion and pure love."[27] On 24 September 2021, they released the single "On My Knees".[28] On the same day, they also announced their fourth studio album, Surrender, which was released on 21 October 2021.[29] They embarked on a two-year global tour of Surrender in 2021, completing it in 2023.[30] In 2021, they played three sold out stadium shows at Banc of California Stadium,[31] as well as performing at the Hollywood Bowl, Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado,[32] The Gorge Amphitheatre,[33] and Gunnersbury Park in London. In 2022, after two prior nominations, the band won their first Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Recording, for their song "Alive".[34]

In October 2022, the band launched Mate Maker Co., a line of hard kombucha drinks, with the help of Justin Medcraft, ex-global senior brand manager at Diageo and brand director at Pabst Brewing Company, their artist manager Danny Robson, and drinks trade expert Tom Appleton.[35]

In 2023, they headlined Oshega Festival in Montreal, and Beyond the Valley in Melbourne.[36][37]

Band members

  • Tyrone Lindqvist – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Jon George – keyboards
  • James Hunt – drums


Studio albums

TitleDetailsPeak chart positionsCertifications
  • Released: 22 January 2016
  • Label: Sweat It Out
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
  • Released: 22 October 2021[43]
  • Label: Rose Avenue, Warner
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download, streaming
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Live albums

TitleDetailsPeak chart positions
Live from Joshua Tree
  • Released: 6 March 2020[44]
  • Label: Rose Avenue, Reprise
  • Formats: Digital download, streaming LP

Remix albums

TitleDetailsPeak chart positions
Solace Remixed
  • Released: 6 September 2019[46]
  • Label: Rose Avenue
  • Format: digital, 2×CD, 2×LP
Surrender (Remixes)
  • Released: 12 August 2022[47]
  • Label: Rose Avenue
  • Format: digital

Extended plays

  • Released: 1 January 2011 (AU)[4]
  • Label: Monekeleon
  • Format: CD, DD
  • Released: 6 April 2012 (AU)[7]
  • Label: Gigpiglet
  • Format: CD, DD


TitleYearPeak chart positionsCertificationsAlbum



"We Left"[5]2011Rüfüs
"This Summer" / "Selena"[8]2012Blue
"Take Me"2013612
  • ARIA: 2× Platinum[51]
"Desert Night"674
  • ARIA: 2× Platinum[51]
"You Were Right"2015221
  • ARIA: 6× Platinum[51]
"Like an Animal"444
  • ARIA: 3× Platinum[51]
(solo or What So Not remix)
  • ARIA: 3× Platinum[51]
"Say a Prayer for Me"2016584
  • ARIA: 2× Platinum[51]
"Be with You"[52]
"No Place"201841[A]31Solace
"Lost in My Mind"10349
"Treat You Better"15828
"Next to Me"6082219
"On My Knees"[28]22
"I Don't Wanna Leave"[56]701020
"Something in the Way"
(Like A Version)[57]
2023non album single
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other charted songs

TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum


"Make It Happen"20213824Surrender
"See You Again"34
(featuring Curtis Harding)

Music videos

"We Left"2011Katzki[58]
"This Summer"2012
"Take Me"2013
"Desert Night"
"Sundream"2014Katzki and Jackson Mullane[59]
"You Were Right"2015Katzki[60]
"Like an Animal"
"Say a Prayer for Me"2016Toby + Pete[61]
"Be with You"Daperis Brothers[62]
"No Place"2018Katzki[64]
"Lost in My Mind"Drew Kirsch[65]
"Treat You Better"2019Leah Barylsky & Katzki[66]
"Next to Me"2021Osk[67]
"Alive"James Frost[68]
"On My Knees"Katzki & Ruff Mercy [69]
"I Don't Wanna Leave"Katzki[70]

Awards and nominations

Rüfüs Du Sol have won an AIR Award: Best Independent Dance, Electronica Album, for Atlas (2014), two Electronic Music Awards: Record of the Year, for Innerbloom (Sasha remix, 2017), and Live Act of the Year (2017), and four ARIA Awards: Best Dance Release, for You Were Right (2015), Best Dance Release, for Solace (2019), Best Group (2021), Best Dance Release, for Alive (2021), with a fifth ARIA won by their mix engineer Cassian, Best Mixed Album, for Surrender (2022).

The band has also won a Grammy Award: Best Dance Recording, for Alive (2022), an APRA Award: Most Performed Dance/ Electronic Work of the Year, for On My Knees (2023), and a National Live Music Award: Best DJ/ Electronic Act (2023).

AIR Awards

The Australian Independent Record Awards (commonly known informally as AIR Awards) is an annual awards night to recognise, promote and celebrate the success of Australia's Independent Music sector.

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2013RÜFÜSCarlton Dry Global Music GrantNominated[71]
"Take Me"Best Independent Dance/Electronica or Club SingleNominated[71]
2014AtlasBest Independent AlbumNominated[72]
Best Independent Dance, Electronica AlbumWon[72][73]
"Sundream"Best Independent Dance, Electronica or Club SingleNominated[72]
2015"You Were Right"Best Independent Dance, Electronica or Club SingleNominated[74]

APRA Awards

The APRA Awards are held in Australia and New Zealand by the Australasian Performing Right Association to recognise songwriting skills, sales and airplay performance by its members annually. Rüfüs Du Sol has been nominated for one award.

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
2020"Treat You Better"Most Performed Dance Work of the YearNominated[75][76]
2023"On My Knees"Most Performed Australian Work of the YearNominated[77]
Most Performed Dance / Electronic Work of the YearWon

ARIA Music Awards

The annual ARIA Music Awards have been presented since 1987 by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). RÜFÜS/Rüfüs Du Sol have won four awards from twenty nominations.[79]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2013AtlasBreakthrough Artist – ReleaseNominated
Best Dance ReleaseNominated
2014"Sundream"Best GroupNominated
Best Dance ReleaseNominated
Words Within Worlds TourBest Australian Live ActNominated
2015"You Were Right"Best Dance ReleaseWon
2016BloomAlbum of the YearNominated
Best GroupNominated
Best Dance ReleaseNominated
Bloom TourBest Australian Live ActNominated
Jack Vanzet for RÜFÜS' Bloom'Best Cover ArtNominated
2018"No Place"Best GroupNominated
Best Dance ReleaseNominated
2019[22]SolaceAlbum of the YearNominated
Best GroupNominated
Best Dance ReleaseWon
20202019 Summer Festival TourBest Australian Live ActNominated
2021[80]"Alive"Best GroupWon
Best Dance ReleaseWon
2022[81]SurrenderAlbum of the YearNominated
Best GroupNominated
Best Dance/Electronic ReleaseNominated
"On My Knees"Best Pop ReleaseNominated
Song of the YearNominated
"I Don't Wanna Leave" – Rüfüs Du Sol, KatzkiBest VideoNominated
Cassian for Rüfüs Du Sol SurrenderMix Engineer – Best Mixed AlbumWon
2023[82]Rüfüs Du Sol Australian 2022 TourBest Australian Live ActNominated

Electronic Music Awards

The Electronic Music Awards is an annual award show with an emphasis on the electronic music genre. It commenced in 2017. Rüfüs Du Sol have won two awards from three nominations.

YearCategoryNominated Artist / WorkResult
2017Record of the Year"Innerbloom" (Sasha remix) Won
Remix of the Year"Innerbloom" (Sasha remix) Nominated
Live Act of the YearRüfüs Du SolWon

Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards are an annual award ceremony presented by The Recording Academy, recognising achievements in the music industry.

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
2020SolaceBest Dance/Electronic AlbumNominated[83]
"Underwater"Best Dance RecordingNominated
2023"On My Knees"Nominated[85]
SurrenderBest Dance/Electronic AlbumNominated

J Awards

The J Awards are an annual series of Australian music awards that were established by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's youth-focused radio station Triple J. They commenced in 2005.

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
2013AtlasAustralian Album of the YearNominated[86]
2018SolaceAustralian Album of the YearNominated[87]
2021SurrenderAustralian Album of the YearNominated[88][89]

National Live Music Awards

The National Live Music Awards (NLMAs) commenced in 2016 to recognise contributions to the live music industry in Australia.

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
2016ThemselvesLive Electronic Act (or DJ) of the YearNominated[90]
International Live Achievement (Group)Nominated
2019ThemselvesLive Electronic Act (or DJ) of the YearNominated[91][92]
International Live Achievement (Group)Nominated
2023Matthew Smith and Alex ‘Katzki’ George (Rüfüs Du Sol)Best Stage & Light DesignNominated[93][94]
Rüfüs Du SolBest DJ/Electronic ActWon

Rolling Stone Australia Awards

The Rolling Stone Australia Awards are awarded annually in January or February by the Australian edition of Rolling Stone magazine for outstanding contributions to popular culture in the previous year.[95]

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
2022Rüfüs Du SolRolling Stone Readers' Choice AwardNominated[96]
Rüfüs Du SolRolling Stone Global AwardNominated
"Alive"Best SingleNominated
2023Rüfüs Du SolRolling Stone Global AwardNominated[97]


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