Lola Young announces UK and EU tour

South London’s Lola Young has announced UK and European tour dates, set to take place next month.

Lola Young

The BRIT-nominated singer-songwriter released her debut album, My Mind Wanders and Sometimes Leaves Completely, back in May of this year.

She’s now set to take her sumptuous vocals on the road for shows across the Europe and the UK.

Tickets go on general sale this Friday, 13 October – keep tabs of the artist’s site for more information and to purchase.

Lola Young tour

Specifically, Lola’s tour is set to commence in Sweden on 4 November before dates in France, The Netherlands and Germany, after which she’ll head back over to the UK for three back-to-back nights at Haggerston’s Signature Brew.

The shows are likely to be memorable given Lola’s fast-rising stock; her track ‘Don’t Hate Me’ has amassed some 800 million views across social media platforms, and garnered the 22-year-old singer support from the likes of Bella Hadid and Kylie Jenner.

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She also celebrated the release of her ten-track project with a headline show at Omeara, and is currently on her debut headline run of sold-out US dates, so is well-versed in delivering for the crowd.

News of Lola’s tour announcement follows the recent release of the stark but impactful video for her track ‘Conceit’, directed by Saorla Houston – have a watch of that below and check out Lola Young’s full UK and EU tour dates too.

Saturday 4th November – Sweden, Stockholm, Nalen Klubb
Wednesday 8th November – France, Paris, Le Pop Up Du Label
Friday 10th November – The Netherlands, Amsterdam, Paradiso
Saturday 11th November – Germany, Berlin, Såålchen
Tuesday 14th November – United Kingdom, London, Signature Brew Haggerston
Wednesday 15th November – United Kingdom, London, Signature Brew Haggerston
Thursday 16th November – United Kingdom, London, Signature Brew Haggerston

In our four-star review of My Mind Wanders and Sometimes Leaves Completely, whynow wrote: “Playing this album often feels like listening to a secret, diary-like confessional; it almost feels too intrusive to listen to.

“But these are feelings many women, both young and old, will recognise: the woman changing before her own eyes in a judgemental society; the woman unhappy in an all-consuming relationship; the woman desperate to be treated as a man’s equal.

“This is a brave album with so much depth. With a debut as powerful as this, Lola Young feels like a formidable and bold new talent.”

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