See the pop star live this autumn.
Following the completion of her recent sold-out UK tour, including a performance at London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall, MARINA has announced details of a brand new UK headline run taking place later this year.
The newly announced shows will see the pop innovator take to the stage in Edinburgh, Manchester, Cardiff, London and Brighton throughout autumn 2019.
The announcement follows the release of MARINA’s highly anticipated fourth studio album LOVE+FEAR, which hit the shops last month.
LOVE+FEAR contains the singles Handmade Heaven, Superstar, Orange Trees and latest release To Be Human.
Her first full-length record in almost four years, LOVE+FEAR was released on 26 April 2019 and debuted at No.5 on the Official UK Albums Chart.
The album was recorded across London, Sweden and Los Angeles over the past two years, and saw MARINA work with esteemed songwriters and producers such as Noonie Bao, Sam De Jong, Oscar Görres, Camille Purcell, Justin Parker and Joe Janiak.
Breaking through in 2009, MARINA is a platinum-selling, multi award-winning global superstar. Her music has been streamed over 800 million times worldwide and amassed over 400 million video views.
The singer-songwriter has released four studio albums so far: 2010’s The Family Jewels, 2012’s Electra Heart, 2015’s Froot and her most recent effort, 2019′s LOVE+FEAR.
Some of MARINA’s most well-known singles include Hollywood, Primadonna, How to Be a Heartbreaker, I’m a Ruin, I Am Not a Robot and Oh No!
Alongside her recording career, MARINA also has a reputation for her joyous live shows. The performer has completed numerous global sell-out headline tours and has appeared at festivals such as Glastonbury, Coachella, Governors Ball and more.
Here are the new tour dates:
28 October 2019 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
29 October 2019 – O2 Apollo Manchester
1 November 2019 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
4 November 2019 – Eventim Apollo, London
5 November 2019 – Brighton Centre
Tickets for the newly announced shows will be available from 10:00 on Friday 31 May 2019 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.
Header image by Christie Goodwin