News Nilüfer Yanya announces debut album ‘Miss Universe’, shares single ‘In Your Head’

Nilüfer Yanya announces debut album ‘Miss Universe’, shares single ‘In Your Head’

It’s released in March.

Nilüfer Yanya has announced details of her debut album.

The Class of 2018 star will release ‘Miss Universe’ - featuring co-productions with The Invisible’s Dave Okumu and live bandmates Jazzi Bobbi and Luke Bower, as well as producers John Congleton, Oli Barton-Wood, Will Archer and M.T. Hadley.

The record features new single ‘In Your Head’ - see the video for that below - as well as ‘Heavyweight Champion of the Year’, released back in November.

The track listing for ‘Miss Universe’ is:

02 In Your Head
03 Paralysed
04 Angels
05 Experience?
06 Paradise
07 Baby Blu
08 Warning
09 Heat Rises
10 Melt
11 “Sparkle” GOD HELP ME
12 Safety Net
13 Tears
14 Monsters Under The Bed
15 The Unordained
16 Give Up Function
17 Heavyweight Champion of the Year

Nilüfer Yanya announces debut album ‘Miss Universe’, shares single ‘In Your Head’

Nilüfer heads out on a North American tour in early February, before returning to the UK in April. View the dates below.

07 Philadelphia, Union Transfer^
08 Boston, Royale^
09 New York City, Beacon Theatre^
11 Toronto, Danforth Music Hall^
13 Detroit, Majestic Theatre
14 Chicago, Thalia Hall^
16 Minneapolis, First Avenue^
18 Englewood, Gothic Theatre^
19 Salt Lake City, Metro Music Hall^
21 Portland, Crystal Ballroom^
22 Vancouver, The Imperial^
23 Seattle, Neptune Theatre^
26 San Francisco^
28 San Diego, The Observatory North Park

01 Los Angeles, The Theatre^
28 Istanbul, Babylon

03 Glasgow, CCA$
04 Manchester, YES$
05 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club$
06 Newcastle, Cluny$
08 Leicester, O2 Academy$
09 London, EartH$
11 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds$
12 Bristol, Thekla$
3 Oxford, O2 Academy$
14 Brighton, Haunt$
16 Amsterdam, Bitterzoet
17 Hamburg, Nochtwache
18 Berlin, Kantine am Berghain
19 Rotterdam, Motel Mozaique
21 Vienna, Chelsea Club
22 Munich, Ampere
24 Zurich, Exil
25 Cologne, Blue Shell
26 Paris, Le Point Ephemere
29 Brussels, Les Nuits Botanique Festival
30 Nijmegen, Merleyn

01 Utrecht, ACU

^with Sharon Van Etten
$with support from Westerman

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