Etta Marcus has introduced particulars of a brand new UK headline tour, The Loss of life Of Summer season Tour, set to happen this winter.
The London-born singer-songwriter will hit the highway in November for six reveals throughout England, Scotland, and Wales. The run will kick off at Nottingham’s Bodega Social Membership on November 22 earlier than persevering with on to Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, and Cardiff.
The tour will end in Marcus’ hometown of London on November 29, when she headlines the Lafayette venue. Tickets will go on normal sale at 10am BST on Friday (August 25) and shall be out there to buy right here.
The brand new reveals comply with the rising star’s newest single, “Theatre,” which arrived final week. “‘Theatre’ was born out of need and a necessity for connection,” Marcus defined in a press launch.
“Wanting so badly to be cherished, to suit into this individual’s life even when it means committing your self to a delusional fantasy. It refers to being cherished like proper out of a film, one thing that I’ve all the time discovered a bit torturous due to how fascinating but unrealistic romantic movies are. I used to be all the time extra of a horror fan anyway.”
The observe was written in collaboration with producer Josh Scarbrow, Etta’s co-writing associate, and British-Canadian singer-songwriter Matt Maltese. It follows earlier releases, together with June’s “Mechanical Bull” single and January’s Coronary heart-Formed Bruise EP, which served as her debut launch for Polydor Data.
The final two years have seen Marcus acquire a rising cult-like following drawn to her beguiling storytelling, marking her as one of the crucial compelling new artists of latest instances. Having supported Lana Del Rey at BST Hyde Park, she has lately carried out at Latitude, Camp Bestival, and Inexperienced Man.
Purchase or stream “Theatre.” View Etta Marcus’ tour itinerary under.
Nov 22 – Nottingham, UK – Bodega Social Membership
Nov 23 – Manchester, UK – The Deaf Institute
Nov 25 – Leeds, UK – The Wardrobe
Nov 26 – Glasgow, UK – King Tut’s
Nov 28 – Cardiff, UK – Clwb Ifor Bach
Nov 29 – London, UK – Lafayette