With over 116 million total streams, widespread worldwide critical acclaim, and growing global buzz, UK pop singer and songwriter Mimi Webb shares her new single and music video “Dumb Love.

On this stirring ballad, piano keys resound as she grasps on to a formative romance through her nostalgically vivid lyrics. As her powerful delivery echoes, she recalls, “We had that dumb love.” The accompanying visual directed by Elliot Simpson brings the story to life with a ton of emotion and a sharp sense of humor as Mimi reconnects with an old flame at a wedding where everything else just seems to go wrong in hilarious fashion.

About the song, she commented, “I think we’ve all had ‘dumb love’ at some point! You fall crazy head over heels for someone, and it’s all about that fresh new love feeling you get. That ‘is this actually real’ feeling & sometimes, it’s the most real, because ‘dumb love’ really never ends.”

Next up, Mimi will embark on her first UK headline tour. It kicks off in Dublin at Academy 2 on Thursday October 28, visiting cities across the UK, and concludes in London on November 2 at Scala.

Artist Pre-Sale tickets in UK/Ticketmaster Ireland will go on sale Monday June 14th at 9am local BST time. General tickets will go on sale Wednesday June 16th at 9am local BST time. Check out the full itinerary below and visit www.mimiwebb.com to sign up to receive early pre-sale access to Mimi’s upcoming tour dates.

The track and tour announcement is fresh off the back of the huge success of single ‘Good Without’ which has just gone silver and seen her notch up 10 weeks in the UK Top 20 (including two in the Top 10) and get a Top 10 radio airplay position. It was A listed at both Radio 1 and Radio 2, was Scott Mills’ Track Of The Week and saw her perform at Radio 1’s Big Weekend via BBC Introducing. She has also just completed her debut TV performance on ELLEN. Watch HERE.

Right now, she’s also putting the finishing touches on her forthcoming debut EP—due out this year.

Thursday 28th October – Dublin Academy 2
Friday 29th October – Glasgow Poetry Club
Sunday 31st October – Birmingham O2 Institute 3
Monday 1st November – Manchester Deaf Institute
Tuesday 2nd November – London Scala

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