Acclaimed singer-songwriter Tom Odell has announced the biggest headline show of his career to date, playing at Alexandra Palace Park in London on July 19 next year. Tom has also announced three other summer shows, in Halifax on June 30, Dublin on July 1 and Limerick on July 2. Tickets will go on sale HERE this Friday, November 24 at 9AM GMT.
These newly announced shows will follow Tom’s tour in the Spring during which he’ll play venues across the UK and Europe, on his biggest UK & EU tour of his career so far. Tom has already sold out multiple shows, including two shows at London’s Roundhouse, and will play to over 100,000 fans. Due to such phenomenal demand, Tom recently added another show in Rotterdam, Netherlands, and upgraded three venues. Tickets are on sale now.
The shows will follow the release of Tom’s recently announced, forthcoming new album Black Friday, out January 26 via UROK. Black Friday is available to pre-order HERE. The album will feature the title track that launched the campaign, ‘Black Friday’, ‘Somebody Else’, and Tom’s brand new single that was released on Friday, ‘Answer Phone’.
The new album sees Tom Odell entering a rich new musical chapter in his notable journey as a singer, songwriter, musician and producer. Armed with a newfound sense of freedom and creative control, Black Friday is a hypnotic kaleidoscope of organically constructed songs, recorded simply with Tom in his studio, guitar in lap, singing and recording the songs in the same manner they were written, with pure authenticity. The delicate drums and bass, along with beautiful string arrangements round out the intimacy and longing that permeate throughout. Black Friday will be a welcome return for long-standing devotees, while also winning over new legions of fans.
The album’s monster title track ‘Black Friday’ propelled him into the top 100 most streamed artists in the world, racked up 2 million streams in its first day alone, and 50 million streams to date.
Winner of both the prestigious BRIT and Ivor Novello Awards, Tom Odell has enjoyed a decade-long impressive career, with five immersive albums that have earned him over 27 million monthly listeners on Spotify, 4 billion career streams, and a social reach of 8 million across platforms. He is now one of the most streamed British artists in the world.