Lauren Hibberd has announced her long-awaited headline show in London’s iconic venue, The Garage, on 23rd September, following the release of her upcoming album Garageband Superstar.
The singer shot to fame in 2018, when her song Call Shotgun was played on BBC Radio 1. Since then she has amassed over 17 thousand Instagram followers and lots of adoring fans around the world. Her newest single, Step Mum, has given fans an insight into the type of music that will be expected from her newest album due for release in August.
Speaking on the release of the new single, Hibberd explained that there are “not enough” songs about stepmothers, and that she had a “big desire” to change that. She also made sure to jokingly clarify that, for “legal reasons”, the song is not about her own stepmother.
The single is adrenaline-filled and upbeat, making it the perfect addition to her unique discography, where she continues to make her mark on the indie scene. Hibberd has been praised by the likes of Clara Amfo from Radio 1, The Guardian and Billboard. Her releases are filled with charisma, charm and satire, creating a perfectly curated, distinctive body of work so far, that is set to continue following the release of her new album.
Watch the music video for Step Mum below:
Lauren Hibberd is no stranger to performing on big stages. She has recently supported chart-topping bands The Snuts and Stand Atlantic on their UK headline tours, as well as booking slots in summer festivals. Her headline tour will definitely not be something fans will want to miss, as she will undoubtedly perform a string of unforgettable shows.
Tickets for Lauren Hibberd’s upcoming tour are on sale now.
UK TOUR DATES – SEPTEMBER 2022
17th Sept – Arts Club (Loft), Liverpool
18th Sept – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
19th Sept – King Tut’s, Glasgow
21st Sept – Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
22nd Sept – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
23rd Sept – The Garage, London
24th Sept – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
30th Sept – Strings Bar & Venue, Newport
UK FESTIVAL DATES
27th May – Bearded Theory
28th May – A Stone’s Throw Festival, Newcastle
4th June – Live At Leeds
4th June – Sonic Wave, Birmingham
9th July – 2000 Trees, Cheltenham
22nd July – Truck Festival
29th July – Y Not Festival
30th July – Camp Bestival
31st July – Kendal Calling
5th August – Wide Skies & Butterflies Festival