'So Beautiful' hitmaker Pete Murray thought his hit album Feeler was destined ... trends now
He's the multiplatinum singer-songwriter who has sold over a million records in a career spanning more than two decades.
And Pete Murray has now revealed that he thought his 2003 breakout album, Feeler, was 'destined' to flop.
The 53-year-old So Beautiful hitmaker made the shock admission during an interview on the Jess Rowe Big Talk Show on Tuesday.
Released to widespread acclaim, Feeler was Pete's second album and ultimately sold over 500,000 copies, reaching No. 1 on Australia's ARIA chart.
But Pete admitted to host Rowe that at the time he thought it was 'destined to fail.'
Singer-songwriter Pete Murray thought his 2003 breakout album Feeler was 'destined' to flop. Pete is pictured performing in 2020
'Sometimes you get into a post-album blues after an album gets released and you just can't think anything good about it... I