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Holly Humberstone announces biggest UK headline tour to date

The 'Sleep Tight' tour kicks off in Bristol this November

By Hollie Geraghty

Holly Humberstone
Holly Humberstone was the winner of the BRITS rising star award (Picture: Press)

Holly Humberstone has announced her biggest UK headline tour to date, which will kick off later this year.

The Grantham-born artist recently rounded up a US support tour with Olivia Rodrigo and Girl In Red, and has now announced a string of UK headline dates across November and December.

She is set to perform at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town tonight (June 6), followed by a number of festivals including Glastonbury, Primavera Sound in Barcelona, and Sziget in Budapest, before kicking off her tour in Bristol this November.

Tickets for the ‘Sleep Tight’ tour go on sale Friday (June 10) at 9am BST. You can purchase them here.

You can find the full tour schedule below.

22 – Bristol, O2 Academy
23 – Leeds, O2 Academy
24 – Liverpool, O2 Academy 1
26 – Birmingham, O2 Institute
27 – Newcastle, NX
29 – Glasgow, SWG3 Galvanizers
30 – Manchester, Academy 1

01 – London, O2 Academy Brixton
03 – Norwich, UEA
04 – Nottingham, Rock City

The singer has also announced a new short film with YouTube, called A Handbook to Growing Up Too Fast, which is set to premiere on June 15, 8pm BST.

“We shot a short film with @YouTube in LA last month and it’s going to be out in 2 weeks !!!! This is soo exciting,” Humberstone wrote on social media. “It’s all about growing up and life on the road and I can’t wait for u to see it. ‘A Handbook To Growing Up Too Fast’ will premiere on June 15 xxx.”

Holly Humberstone 2022 tour dates
The ‘Sleep Tight’ tour (Picture: Press).

In April the BRITs 2022 Rising Star winner released new single ‘Sleep Tight’, written with longtime collaborator Rob Milton and 1975’s Matty Healy, which she performed for the first time at Coachella. It followed January single ‘London Is Lonely’.

Last year Humberstone spoke to Rolling Stone UK about the “daunting” experience of working on her debut album. “The idea of an album is still a bit terrifying to me just because it’s so final,” she said. “But it’s exciting now, too. Hopefully in the next few months people will hear more about the new music. I’m trying not to overthink it,” she continued.

“I’m trying to make the music that I love and hopefully people will connect with that if I’m honest and vulnerable. I put all of myself into my work and I hope people can connect to that.”