LAUREN SPENCER SMITHANNOUNCES FIRST GLOBAL HEADLINE MIRROR TOUR
INCLUDES 42 DATES ACROSS NORTH AMERICA,UK & EUROPE, AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
SHARES OFFICIAL ALBUM TRAILER FOR FULL-LENGTH DEBUT MIRROR OUT 7/14
Multi-platinum singer-songwriter Lauren Spencer Smith announces her global headlining Mirror Tour with 42 dates in North America, UK/Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. The tour will kick off in Chicago on July 14th, the same that her debut full length album Mirror releases via Island Records/Republic Records. Special guests Blake Rose, Henry Moodie, and Geena Fontanella join the tour as support.
Presale tickets are available starting Monday, May 15th, with public on sale beginning Friday, May 19th. For access to presale tickets & VIP, sign up at tour.LaurenSpencerSmith.com to receive a presale code before tickets go on sale.
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Lauren is elated to perform her debut album all over the world. In her own words, “I’m so excited to announce my first ever global tour and to see so many of the incredible fans that have been supporting my music live. I can’t wait to be able to have one massive singalong of all of these new songs and am so thankful I get to share this music with everyone that has supported me on this journey.”
Announced just last week, Mirror will feature 15 deeply moving, personal records that tell a story filled with autobiographical ups and downs. The title Mirror is personal and deliberate. She speaks on its meaning in the album trailer, viewable here, saying, “When I look in the mirror, I reflect on everything I’ve been through. All of the highs, all of the lows. The real, raw versions of myself.” Songs from the album have already amassed over 1 billion streams. Released in 2023, “Best Friend Breakup” presents a song that resonates with almost anyone yet fills a creative void, while most recent single “Fantasy” confronts toxic relationships through a collaboration with GAYLE and Em Beihold. Having grown up in a small town without a music community, Smith considers her collaborators the friends she always longed for. The chemistry from their group chats comes alive in the single and video.
By the age of 19, Lauren had already created two hits, “Fingers Crossed” and “Flowers.” The RIAA-certified platinum singles represent a rare voice in music. “I always tell people that the only reason I feel obligated to write is because I didn’t have this song when I was sad. I feel like writing about it can help somebody else.” Lauren Spencer Smith writes and sings from very personal places, but she does so in a way that is relatable to so many. While often sad, these songs include deep reflection, processing, and analysis. “I don’t enjoy writing songs when I’m not over the situation,” she offers. “I enjoy going to therapy and talking about it. Once I have both sides, and I can be unbiased about it, I can write the best song.” After achieving over 1 billion global streams through resonant singles, Lauren Spencer Smith is eager to share more of herself. Her upcoming debut album, Mirror, promises depth, range, and narrative.
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My life is a soundtrack, i track my life through music, photography is my passion, my escape, my expression. Without both i have pieces missing, thankfully i’m blessed and get to combine both.
Born in Manchester, lived in Australia for 22 years where i was heavily involved in the Australian Music Industry, firstly in bands (Singer) and then managing bands (all original), I moved back to the UK, Wales specifically 10 years ago and married my childhood sweetheart and life is good.