Lily Allen Returns with a New Album and Tour Dates

After four long years, Lily Allen is back with a new album titled No Shame, which will drop on June 8th. She released the first single off the album (featuring hip hop artist Giggs,) “Trigger Bang” in form of a music video directed by Myles Whittingham back in January. You can watch/listen below.
Lily Allen - Trigger Bang Feat. Giggs
She also premiered two songs today titled "Higher" and "Three". The pop artist picks up right where she left off - experimenting with her varied music tastes by adding a hip hop element to the vocals while remaining eloquent and lush. It’s clear that her rapping/singing style has become even more refined over the years with an emotional vividness we can look forward to hearing in this new album. Many fans on her Twitter are already claiming it will be her best album to date.
As always, she’s very transparent in her lyrics, rapping in "Trigger Bang" - “I was blameless, playing with rude boys and trainers, I had a foot in the rave cause I was attracted to danger.” The music video shows her going through three different stages, an honest reflection of her struggles when she was younger.
Today, on Music-News.com, she shared her thoughts on No Shame, saying: “I’ve really held my cards close to my chest for this one and I haven’t really played it to many people and there are definite bonuses with that. I know that it’s the best album that I can make and there haven’t been any outside sources telling me what’s right and what’s wrong, what’s going to work for radio and what isn’t, so that’s really great.”
Along with the new album and song, Allen also announced a few tour dates in the UK and Europe along with an NYC and Los Angeles, CA show. But I have a good feeling we can expect more dates to accompany the album release in the near future. The first show is as early as this month on the 20th in Manchester. Chances are high that fans will get to hear her new singles live, and she’ll definitely tease some other new material on this short tour run! We’ll just have to wait and see.
If you’ll be at any one of the shows below, make sure to submit her Setlist for us!
Lily Allen – 2018 Tour Dates
Tuesday 20th March Gorilla Manchester
Wednesday 21st March Tufnell Park Dome London
Friday 23rd March King Tuts Glasgow
Monday 9th April Badaboum Paris
Tuesday 10th April Sugar Factory Amsterdam
Wednesday 11th April Orangerie Brussels
Monday 23rd April Music Hall of Williamsburg NYC
Wednesday 25th April El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles CA
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Last updated: 16 Dec 2018, 09:10 Etc/UTC