Human Nature's Andrew Tierney gives fans an update on his battle with coronavirus

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EXCLUSIVE: Human Nature’s Andrew Tierney reveals he is finally starting to get his sense of smell back after contracting coronavirus

Human Nature singers, and brothers, Andrew and Mike Tierney have given fans an update on their health as they continue to recover from Covid-19. 

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Andrew confirmed he is yet to make a full recovery. 

‘The only thing that’s really lingered for me was my sense of smell returning completely,’ Andrew, 46, said.

Recovering: Human Nature singers, and brothers, Andrew (second from right) and Mike Tierney (far right), have given fans update on their battle with Covid-19

Recovering: Human Nature singers, and brothers, Andrew (second from right) and Mike Tierney (far right), have given fans update on their battle with Covid-19

‘I still don’t think it has completely come back, which is a weird side effect to think that was affected at all by the virus is kind of crazy.’

The father-of-one explained that besides his loss of smell he hasn’t had any underlying lung issues or lingering effects. 

Meanwhile, Mike, 44, said he was feeling fine, and that his side effects only lasted several days. 

Almost there: 'The only thing that's really lingered for me was my sense of smell,'  he said

Almost there: ‘The only thing that’s really lingered for me was my sense of smell,’  he said

It comes as the Australian group, which also include members Toby Allen and Phil Burton, celebrated their milestone 30 years together in 2019.

Speaking of their success in the industry, Mike said he was humbled and beyond grateful people still appreciate their music.

‘I never want to take that for granted because some artists have one hit and go away,’ he explained. 

Milestone: The Australian group, which also includes members Toby Allen and Phil Burton, recently celebrated their milestone 30 years together

Milestone: The Australian group, which also includes members Toby Allen and Phil Burton, recently celebrated their milestone 30 years together

Mike continued: ‘We’ve had a career for over thirty plus years and still able to make new music and have people hear it.’

The group are currently playing regional shows before they kick off their national tour in August. 

Human Nature’s new EP, Good Good Life, is out now 

Human Nature: Good good Life Tour Dates

 TUES AUG 31 ADELAIDE, HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE

FRI SEPT 3 PERTH, CROWN THEATRE

SAT SEPT 4 PERTH CROWN THEATRE

TUES SEPT 7 BRISBANE, QPAC CONCERT HALL

WED SEPT 8 BRISBANE, QPAC CONCERT HALL

FRI SEPT 10 MELBOURNE, HAMER HALL

SAT SEPT 11 MELBOURNE, HAMER HALL

TUES SEPT 14 CANBERRA, ROYAL THEATRE

THURS SEPT 16 NEWCASTLE, CIVIC THEATRE

FRI SEPT 17 WIN ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE

SAT SEPT 18 SYDNEY, THE STAR

SUN SEPT 19 SYDNEY, THE STAR

Back in town: Human Nature are currently playing regional shows before they kick off their national tour in August

Back in town: Human Nature are currently playing regional shows before they kick off their national tour in August

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