Human Nature have been living the good life for three decades now, singing and dancing their way into the hearts of music lovers at home in Australia and abroad.
Now, for the first time in 15 years, they are writing and recording their own music and ready to share it with audiences on their national Good Good Life Tour in July and August.
It will be a celebration of classic hits, jukebox covers and fresh, original music.
Kicking off the tour in Adelaide on July 21, Toby Allen, Phil Burton and brothers Michael and Andrew Tierney will take to the stage in Perth, Brisbane, Wollongong, Sydney, Newcastle and Canberra, finishing in Melbourne on August 7.
Allen can't wait.
"New music, new stories - yep, I'm excited," he said, laughing.
"Our brand new single is out, Nobody Just Like You, and we're putting the finishing touches on a handful of other songs.
"We're still energetic and creative guys so one of the most exciting aspects was doing a bit of a sidestep from what we've been most known for over the last decade and getting back into pop land."
Out of nowhere the Tierney brothers started working on new songs and then shared them with Allen and Burton. The sound, Allen said, was "a perfect fit" for the group.
"It felt like the right time to be coming out with some new, original music," Allen explained.
"It wasn't an idea that someone externally from us had come up with and then said 'Look, why don't you guys do this?'.
"It went the reverse way: us bringing the songs to Sony who were really excited at the prospect of new Human Nature music.
"We've got high hopes and I think it's an exciting new chapter in our career."
Nobody Just Like You is the lead single from Human Nature's upcoming Good Good Life EP, which will feature five new original songs and is anticipated to be released in conjunction with the Good Good Life tour.
It's a love song with percussive riffs, woozy synth parts, crisp finger snaps and, of course, the group's world-renowned vocal excellence.
Throughout their 30-year music career, Human Nature have released 13 studio albums, four of which went to No.1 in Australia. Last year was particularly memorable for the band, who were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame; reached a milestone 2000 shows as Las Vegas residency headliners; and were awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for their service to the performing arts and entertainment field.
Human Nature were in Australia during the peak of the bushfire crisis and, upon their return to The Venetian in Las Vegas, raised $100,000 for various fire relief efforts.
"We got to experience what it was like here during that time but we felt a little helpless on the other side of the world, watching the country we love experiencing such pain and devastation," Allen said.
"We decided to do what we do best and used our abilities as singers and entertainers to drum up some cash to bring some relief. The Venetian matched us dollar for dollar in our fundraising efforts and there was a great crowd there on the night."