ANNOUNCES LIVE DATE IN LONDON AT UNION CHAPEL ON TUESDAY 12TH NOVEMBER
NEW ALBUM ‘STRANGER SONGS’ OUT TOMORROW
INSPIRED BY THE NETFLIX SMASH ‘STRANGER THINGS’
Singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson is back with one of the most intriguing album concepts of recent years. ‘Stranger Songs’ is a collection of ‘80s tinged synth-pop anthems inspired by the Netflix smash ‘Stranger Things’. The album is out tomorrow - a week ahead of the July 4th premiere of the show’s third season.
Today Ingrid also announces her first show in SEVEN years in London at the Union Chapel on Tuesday 12th November. Tickets go on sale tomorrow - Friday 28th June at 10am and can be purchased from HERE.
The concept of ‘Stranger Songs’ is already capturing the imagination of fans. The flirty, palpitating lead single ‘Missing You’ is inspired by the Nancy / Jonathan / Steve love triangle, and has already exceeded a million streams – in the process pushing Ingrid past 3 million monthly listeners at Spotify.
And that momentum continued with the percolating beats and immediate hook of single ‘Jealous’, which was co-written with Casey Smith (Jonas Brothers), Jason Evigan (Maroon 5), Cook Classics (Beyonce) and Gian Stone. It’s a snapshot of the moment Eleven uses her supernatural powers to trip a girl who’s talking to Mike, the object of her affections.
Before Ingrid Michaelson comes to London to perform, she will commence a North American tour in September which includes two homecoming shows at New York’s Webster Hall at the end of October. Please see https://www.ingridmichaelson.com for a full list of dates and ticket information.