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‘You Signed Up For These Record Store Shows’

Maisie Peters is excited to announce the ‘You Signed Up For These Record Store Shows’,

Following standout sets at Latitude Festival and Standon Calling, Maisie Peters is excited to announce the ‘You Signed Up For These Record Store Shows’, taking place in August and September 2021. Including intimate shows at Lafayette, London and Gorilla, Manchester, as well as in-store performances across Southampton, Edinburgh and Leeds, the outings will celebrate the release of Maisie’s debut album, ‘You Signed Up For This’, arriving via Gingerbread Man Records/Asylum on Friday 27 August (pre-order available now). Please see full itinerary, below.

August

22nd – Pryzm, Kingston
23rd – Gorilla, Manchester
26th – 1865, Southampton
27th – Lafayette, London
31st – Rough Trade East, London

September
2nd – Caves, Edinburgh
3rd – Brudenell, Leeds

In-store tickets are available NOW. Presale tickets for the Lafayette and Gorilla shows will be available from 10am BST on Wednesday 4th August (pre-order for early access), with general sale following at 10am BST on Friday 6th August. For ‘You Signed Up For These Record Store Shows’ tickets please visit: https://www.maisiepeters.co.uk/live

Alongside the live news, Maisie has also treated fans to a stunning acoustic rendition of her latest single, ‘Psycho’.

Since its worldwide first play on Zane Lowe’s New Music Daily Radio earlier this month, ‘Psycho’ has enjoyed further rotation across BBC Radio 1, Capital FM and Bauer’s Hits Radio. To date, the track has garnered over 6.5 million global streams, 2.3 million video views, and been remixed by the UK’s hottest DJ/producer, Joel Corry.

‘Psycho’ joins iTunes chart-topping single ‘John Hughes Movie’ on Maisie’s forthcoming debut album ‘You Signed Up For This’. Both a coming of age story and a love letter to girlhood, the album was crafted alongside the likes of Ed Sheeran, Steve Mac, Fred again.., Johnny McDaid, Miranda Cooper, and producers Joe Rubel (Tom Grennan, Benjamin Francis Leftwich), Afterhrs (Niall Horan, GRACEY), Rob Milton (Easy Life, Holly Humberstone) and Brad Ellis (Jorja Smith, Little Mix).