In our review of ‘Fake It Flowers’, we said, “‘Beatopia’, despite being named after a universe first imagined by Bea at seven years old, is conversely very much rooted in the here and now. It’s a representation of who the West London singer has become, now breaching singularity to work alongside the likes of bandmate Jacob Bugden, Matty Healy and George Daniel of labelmates The 1975, and Georgia Ellery of Black Country, New Road. The latter’s strings permeate the record, testament to Bea’s growing confidence and expanding her sound way beyond the lo-fi confines of earlier work.”
Revisit the full review here and check out her tour dates below.
04 - Uebel & Gefährlich - Hamburg, Germany
05 - Hole44 - Berlin, Germany
07 - Technikum - Munich, Germany
08 - Magazzini Generali - Milan, Italy
09 - Dynamo - Zurich, Switzerland
11 - Le Trabendo - Paris, France
12 - Rotondes - Luxembourg, Luxembourg
13 - La Madeleine - Brussels, Belgium
15 - Zoom - Frankfurt, Germany
16 - Stollwerck - Cologne, Germany
17 - Tolhuistuin - Amsterdam, Netherlands
19 - Vulkan Arena - Oslo, Norway
20 - Fryshuset - Stockholm, Sweden
21 - Vega - Copenhagen, Denmark
25 - Allegiant Stadium - Las Vegas, NV *
01 - AT&T Stadium - Arlington, TX *
02 - AT&T Stadium - Arlington, TX *
14 - Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, FL *
15 - Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, FL *
22 - NRG Stadium - Houston, TX *
28 - Mercedes Benz Stadium - Atlanta, GA *
29 - Mercedes Benz Stadium - Atlanta, GA *
* - supporting Taylor Swift
Rina Sawayama, Beabadoobee, Cavetown and Years & Years are playing BRITs Week presented by Mastercard for War Child
Easy Life, Sea Girls, Metronomy and Bob Vylan will also be performing!
Jamiroquai is set to headline the Friday night.
The track featured on her second album ‘Beatopia’, that arrived earlier this year.
Taken from their upcoming project ‘CYBERKISS*’.