Carly Rae Jepsen She revealed details of her upcoming new album, The Loneliest Time.
The album will arrive on October 21 via 604/Schoolboy/Interscope and collaborators on the new project include Tavis Crowe, Rustum Batmanleg, Bullion, Captain Cutts, John Hill, Kyle Shearer, and Alex Hope.
Announcing the album on social media, Jepsen wrote, “I’m fascinated by loneliness. It can be really beautiful when you turn it around and look at it. Just like love, it can cause some extreme human reactions.”
You can pre-order the new album over here. Check out the tweet and album artwork below:
Most lonely time 💌 October 21st, I am fascinated by loneliness. It can be really pretty when you flip it around and look at it. Just like love, it can cause some extreme human reactions.
– Carly Rae Jepsen (@carlyraejepsen) August 2, 2022
It was followed by Gibson’s last song, “West Wind.” It comes after the singer concluded his tour in the UK and Europe.
Speaking of the collaboration, she said, “In September 2020 I heard about an artist named Louis of Man. A friend sent me a playlist and I kept pausing at the same track that Louis thought, “That’s really good.” The world was upside down, so there was a time Extra to really listen to the music and then ask questions like, “Who made this and how can we be friends?”
“Louis has really been the silver lining in the last couple of years when a tour wasn’t possible and traveling was just a dream. On top of that, he has one of my favorite male voices. Can’t wait to hear our first collaboration after such a long wait.”
back in June, Jepsen has shared dates and details for their upcoming North American tour. The dates tour marks Gibson’s first major tour since 2019. The “So Nice” tour kicks off September 24 in Montreal, QC and will stop at Radio City Music Hall in New York City and the Greek Theater in Los Angeles. empress It will support selected dates.
Tickets are available over hereYou can see the full list of dates below.
21- Cleveland, Ohio – Jacobs Suite with Bleachers
22 – Toronto, Ontario – Budweiser Theater with Bleachers
24- Montreal, QC – MTELUS
26- Boston, MA – Roadrunner
28- New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall
29 – Washington, DC – National anthem
1 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – The Met Philadelphia
2 – Norfolk, Virginia – Norva
4 – Knoxville, TN – Tennessee Theatre
5 – Atlanta, Georgia – Eastern
7- Austin, Texas – Austin City Limits Festival
9- Houston, Texas – 713 Music Hall
10 – Dallas, Texas – South Side Ballroom
12 – Denver, Colorado – Mission Hall
14- Salt Lake City, Utah – Union Events Center
15- Las Vegas, Nevada – The theater at the Virgin Las Vegas hotels
17 – Phoenix, Arizona – Arizona Federal Theater
18- Los Angeles, California – Greek Theatre
20- Santa Barbara, California – Arlington Theater
21- BERKELEY, CA – Greek Theater at UC Berkeley
23- Portland, Oregon – Roseland Theater
26- Seattle, Washington – Showbox SoDo
29- Vancouver, BC – Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Center
2 – Madison, Wisconsin – Sylvie
4 – Kansas City, Missouri – Uptown Theater
5 – Chicago, Illinois – Aragon Hall
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