The 20yrs old Space Cadet Album Singer Beabadoobee alas Beatrice Laus is a popular singer and songwriter and had released her songs along with the collaboration of Dirty Hits, her songs are very much loved by the listeners especially for her soft lo-fi music.
The budding singer first appeared with her Coffee song online when she was just 17 yrs old
Now with the passing days, she had made his 5 extended play release with the help of Dirty Hits. Now on Monday, 7th September she again came with big news for her tour to the UK and Ireland right in the year 2021. Let’s read much more about her tour below
Beabadoobee’s Ireland And UK Tour Details
Beabadoobee is all set to make her Ireland and UK tour in the upcoming year 2021 which she announced straight on Monday, September 7, 2020. The tour will take place on the same date next year which will be from 7th September 2020 to 4th October 2021
The inauguration of the show will begin from Manchester.
Beabadoobee ‘s Debut Album: When It Will Be Released?
Along with the tour, the lo-fi folk music singer is all set to make her debut album Fake It Flowers which will soon be released on October 16th. Her debut album is expected to be inspired by the 90s sick women consisting Tori Amos Veruca Salt, as well as Breeders According to her, this brand new album of her will also depict her childhood and how she is in kind of person
Fake It Flowers: Pre-Order Details
The sign up for pre-order for the album will start from 8th September by around 5 PM onwards.
Beabadoobee’s Ireland And UK Tour: What Will Be The Schedule
The dates for the tour is given below:
In the month of September 2021
On 7th of September – Manchester, O2 Ritz
On 8th of September – Leeds, Beckett University
On 10th of September – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
On 11th of September – Birmingham, O2 Institute
On 13 September – Cambridge, Junction
On 14th of September – Leicester, O2 Academy
On 23rd of September – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
On 24th of September – Bristol, SWX
On 25th of September – Oxford, O2 Academy
On 28th of September – Dublin, The Academy
On 29th of September – Belfast, Oh Yeah Music Centre
In October month 2021
On 2nd of October – Newcastle, University Students’ Union
On 3rd of October – Edinburgh, The Liquid Room
On 4th of October – Glasgow, SWG3