Mae Muller Announces April 2021 UK/EU Tour
Including London O2 Forum Kentish Town April 16th
New EP ‘no one else, not even you’ Out November 6th
Following the Tuesday announcement of her forthcoming EP ‘no one else, not even you’, emerging North London popstar Mae Muller today announces a UK and European tour for April 2021, including her biggest headline show to date at the O2 Forum Kentish Town. ‘no one else, not even you’ will be released via Capitol this November 6th. Mae spent much of 2019 touring the UK and Europe, seeing her sell out venues across the continent including a headline show at London’s infamous Heaven, a venue she had been support act at just 11 months prior. Watch ‘Therapist’ live from Heaven HERE.
“Performing is literally my favourite thing to do in the world, so I’m so excited to go on my second headline tour! I’ve missed seeing my fans face to face so much, and hearing them sing the lyrics back to me brings me a different kind of joy” says Mae; “Also, I’ll be performing at the Kentish Town Forum which is about 5 minutes away from where I grew up, and it’ll be the biggest venue I’ve headlined, so it’s so exciting!!! I can’t wait.”
Mae’s recognisable pop sound has garnered her support from musical peers such as Sam Smith, Mabel, Liam Payne and Little Mix through to Radio 1’s Scott Mills and Huw Stephens as well as receiving praise from the likes of Clash, Wonderland and GQ. With singles featuring on Spotify’s New Music Friday and becoming their RADAR: First Listen Artist, along with Apple Music’s A-List Pop, In My Room & Future Hits, her tracks have amassed 100 million streams globally.
Tickets on sale at 9AM BST on the 18th September here.
April 2021 Tour Dates:
Thu 08, Glasgow, King Tuts
Fri 09, Ireland, Dublin, Academy Green Room
Sat 10, Newcastle, O2 Academy 2
Mon 12, Manchester, Club Academy
Tue 13, Leeds, The Wardrobe
Thu 15, Birmingham, O2 Academy 2
Fri 16, London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
“Unapologetic, self-assured and fiercely independent, Mae Muller is the next big British sensation.” – PAPER
“Mae Muller's witty and brutally honest lyrics set her apart from her peers…” - GQ