Making her festival headline debut, the globally celebrated artist Mitski will headline Uber One presents All Points East on Sunday 18 August. Joining Mitski in London’s Victoria Park are special guests TV Girl, Ethel Cain, Arlo Parks, Sir Chloe, Wasia Project, Infinity Song, Wisp, Towa Bird, Strawberry Guy and bby, with the full line-up to be announced. Tickets go on general sale at 10am BST on Friday 12 April.

This All Points East headline show will also mark Mitski’s final performance in Europe supporting her globally acclaimed latest album, The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We. Garnering widespread recognition, the record includes the hugely successful single ‘My Love Mine All Mine’, which was Mitski’s first song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. It soared to 1 billion streams globally and has been certified gold in the UK.

Fresh off the first leg of The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We North American Tour, Mitski recently unveiled her contribution to the Spotify Singles series: a striking solo cover of ‘Coyote, My Little Brother’, written by Peter Lafarge but popularised by Pete Seeger, and a new studio rendition of The Land’s ‘Buffalo Replaced’.

With over 7 billion streams throughout her career, Mitski is currently the #79 highest streaming artist on Spotify worldwide.

Joining as special guests, TV Girl are a hypnotic pop band known for their dreamy, lo-fi sound and cleverly crafted lyrics. Hailing from Los Angeles, the group has a devoted following with their unique blend of nostalgia-infused melodies and witty storytelling. Their breakout single ‘Birds Don’t Sing’ captured widespread attention, now with a discography spanning several acclaimed albums and EPs, including French Exit and Who Really Cares, TV Girl continues to captivate audiences with their infectious tunes and distinctive sound.

Amex Cardmember presale begins 10am BST on Tuesday 9 April and ends 9am BST on Friday 12 April.
General sale begins 10am BST on Friday 12 April.

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