Halsey has announced that she will be bringing her ‘Manic’ tour to the UK and Ireland, in 2020. The American singer and song-writer revealed that she will be heading to arena’s across the UK and Ireland, with her ‘Manic’ world tour.
Halsey will kick start the UK leg of her ‘Manic’ world tour, in Glasgow, on the 7th of March 2020 before heading to Ireland, on the 10th of March 2020. The singer, whose real name is Ashley Nicolette Frangipane, will start the new year off with a bang, with the release of her new album, ‘Manic’ – the follow-up to 2017’s ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom’ – which will be released on the 17th of January 2020.
The 24-year-old singer is then set to take the record on the road, in March 2020 with shows across the world, including performances in Glasgow, London, Dublin and Manchester. The New Jersey native has also revealed that she will be supported, on her ‘Manic’ world tour by Dirty Hit and Pale Waves. Halsey’s full upcoming tour dates, including her UK and Ireland dates can be seen below, with tickets set to go on sale, on Friday the 27th of September 2019, at 8am.
Manic World Tour
— h (@halsey) September 23, 2019
Halsey’s upcoming third album, ‘Manic’, is a record which she has described as being full of “anger, betrayal and confusion.” The follow-up to 2017’s acclaimed ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom’ will be more personal and internal looking, while also containing politically charged songs.
Speaking, to Lizzie Goodman at the recent Capitol Congress conference in Hollywood, the pop star said; “This album is less dystopian fantasy world and more like, ‘This is what I’m thinking right now: the world sucks. Fuck.'”
She also revealed that her forthcoming record will take on a more feminist angle, saying that “female rage is a very tight subject for me right now. I’m interested in female everything right now… I went from only wanting to hang out with boys to ‘I love women, they’re awesome.’ I’ve grown out of my internalised misogyny.”
If you are asking yourself what can we expect from Halsey’s new album? No need to worry because we have you covered, according the singer some of the songs on the forthcoming album, ‘Manic’, will be in line with 2015’s ‘Gasoline’ and ‘Nightmare’ – a one of single she released earlier this year.
The singer also teased that her new album will be “better” than her debut LP, ‘Badlands’. Taking to Twitter, in March, to explain, Halsey said: “I know you guys are anxious for new music and new memories for touring and travelling with your friends for events and pop-ups and meeting new people for music video screenshots for group chats and late night. Thank you for being patient with me. I want it to be perfect.