TUNE Jade Bird - Furious
Jade Bird, the UK’s most exciting new voice, has shared a brand-new track today – ‘Furious’. It comes as Bird continues her ascent, fast becoming one of the most talked about arising talents in the UK.
The last few months have been crazy for Jade Bird. Since the release of her last single ‘Lottery’ - she’s accomplished a lot. Starting off, she was the talk of SXSW, winning the Grulke Prize following a handful of packed out showcases in Austin; she’s announced a massive headline tour of the UK and the US of her own; and performed ‘Lottery’ live on TV on both sides of the Atlantic - firstly on The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon, and most recently on Later…With Jools Holland in the UK.
But being the song-writer, she is, she’s never taken her mind far from releasing new music and ahead of the release of her next official single later this summer, today has shared a brand-new song ‘Furious’ – one that’s fast becoming a live highlight of her widely celebrated live show. On ‘Furious’ we find Jade at her most solemnly reflective to date, another beautiful moment of subdued intensity from the prolific songwriter who once again seems extraordinarily wise beyond her years.
This summer, Jade will be back on the road. There’s stops at All Points East, Latitude, Camp Bestival and 110 Above in the UK before she heads stateside for her massive US headline tour in September. Awaiting her return is her biggest UK headline tour to date – an 11-stop run, taking in all the major UK cities including a stop-off in London on the 21st November at Brixton Electric. Full UK dates below.
26/05 Bath Recreation Ground – Bath
27/05 Bath Recreation Ground – Bath
03/06 All Points East Festival - London
12/07 Latitude Festival – Henham, Suffolk
26/07 Camp Bestival – Dorset
04/08 110 Above Festival – Leicester
17/11 Southampton Engine Rooms – Southampton
18/11 The Cavern – Exeter
20/11 The Globe – Cardiff
21/11 Electric Brixton – London
22/11 The Haunt – Brighton
24/11 O2 Institute3 Birmingham – Birmingham
25/11 Deaf Institute – Manchester
26/11 Rescue Rooms – Nottingham
28/11 The Wardrobe – Leeds
29/11 King Tuts Wah Wah Hut – Glasgow
30/11 Whelans – Dublin