MAISIE PETERS

ANNOUNCES DEBUT UK TOUR FOR SPRING 2019

DEBUT EP ‘DRESSED TOO NICE FOR A JACKET’ OUT NOW

Rising British singer-songwriter, Maisie Peters, has today announced details of her debut headline UK tour. The tour kicks off on March 4th in her hometown of Brighton and spans over eight dates, including shows at Manchester’s Deaf Institute and London’s Scala. 

 

The announcement comes hot on the heels of the release of Maisie’s debut EP ‘Dressed Too Nice For A Jacket’, out now on Atlantic Records UK. On the day of release, Maisie also announced a show at London’s OMEARA which sold out in an hour. Most recently, Maisie has been captivating audiences across the UK and Europe as the support act on the Tom Walker tour.

 

With a rapidly growing fan base, over two million monthly listeners on Spotify, support from BBC Radio 1 (Best New Pop) and a fan in global superstar Sam Smith, Maisie Peters is already proving to be one to watch for 2019.

Maisie Peters Tour Dates & Tickets

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With her honest, tuneful folk-pop songs and bright, youthful charm, West Sussex native Maisie Peters has amassed a widespread and devoted YouTube following since first uploading recordings in the mid-2010s. She released her debut single, ‘Place We Were Made’, in 2017 when she was 17 years old – it quickly became a viral hit, racking up millions of streams and earmarking her as a name to watch in the world of UK pop.

 

A natural storyteller who wrote her first song when she was just nine years old, Peters first began uploading her songs to YouTube in 2015. After releasing viral debut ‘Place We Were Made’, she has since gone on to put out a collection of follow-up singles; powerful, stripped-down piano ballad ‘Birthday’, sleek, glossy pop tracks ‘Worst of You’, ‘Best I’ll Ever Sing’ and ‘In My Head’, and the devastatingly beautiful ‘Details’, all released in 2018.

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