On Friday, Reneé Rapp announced she will embark on her second headlining tour in support of upcoming debut album, Snow Angel. With support from Alexander 23 (who produced much of the forthcoming album) and Towa Bird, the Snow Hard Feelings Tour is set to kick off on September 15th in Houston, Texas. This marks Rapp’s first time hitting the road since the intimate Everything To Everyone Tour, which sold out every venue within minutes last Winter.
The EU/UK leg of the Snow Hard Feelings Tour will include stops at iconic venues across the country including London’s Hammersmith Apollo. Tickets will be available to the public on Friday 23rd June, sign up for more information HERE. American Express® Card Members can purchase tickets for Reneé’s UK shows before the general public beginning Tuesday 20th June at 9am local time until Thursday 22nd June at 10pm local time.
A ticket pre-sale for fans will begin on Wednesday 21st June 21 at 9:00AM local time. Find a full list of upcoming dates linked HERE and below.
Reneé Rapp Snow Hard Feelings EU/UK Tour:
23/02 – Manchester, UK – Apollo
25/02 – Glasgow, UK – O2 Academy Glasgow
28/02 – Birmingham, UK – Academy
01/03 – London, UK – Hammersmith Apollo
04/03 – Dublin, Ireland – 3Olympia
The announcement arrives fresh on the heels of the “Snow Angel” track release, a first taste of what’s to come in Rapp’s new era of music. “Snow Angel”, which marks the first single from her upcoming debut album, captures Rapp’s poignant ability to spin painful memories into songs meant to soundtrack her journey toward inner strength — a thread that holds her impressive discography together. A delicately played piano immediately draws listeners in and lays the foundation for Rapp’s gripping vocals. “First to arrive, last to leave / What’s misery without company?” she sings in the opening verse, describing the difficulty in keeping up appearances when she’s hurting internally. “I’ll make it through the winter if it kills me / I can make it faster if I hurry / An angel in the snow until I’m worthy / But if it kills me, I tried.” Rapp’s vulnerable admissions are punctuated by swelling instrumentals as the song progresses. Finally, the track reaches an impressive crescendo mimicking the contrast of emotional highs and lows via musical composition. Listen to “Snow Angel” at all digital retailers HERE.