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Bruno Major Announces 2020 North American Tour To Support Forthcoming New Album
Today, rising British singer/songwriter Bruno Major shared news of his upcoming 2020 North American tour. He launches the 12-date tour on March 19 in Chicago at Concord Music Hall, playing "his biggest rooms to date," according to a press release.
NORTH AMERICA! I’M COMING BACK! It’s hard announcing tours, knowing there are more coming but I can’t say yet and people in different parts of the world think you’ve forgotten about them. So I’m sorry I couldn’t tell you this until now xx Presale starts 12/4 10am. Link in bio pic.twitter.com/p5Z0jfDHm5
— Bruno Major (@MrBrunoMajor) December 2, 2019
In March, the "Easily" singer's tour also includes performances in Toronto, Brooklyn, N.Y. and Atlanta (among other cities) at Danforth Music Hall, Brooklyn Steel and Terminal West, respectively. Major will then stop in Houston on April 1, followed by two more Texas dates, one in Phoenix, Ariz. and the final two in California—at Los Angeles' Fonda Theatre on April 7 and San Francisco's Fillmore on April 9.
Tickets go on sale this Friday, Dec. 6, at 10 a.m. local time; more info can be found on the artist's website.
The tour announcement follows the recent release of a new single, "Tapestry," on Nov. 21. The mellow, pretty love song marks Major's third single of 2019 and came with the reveal that a new album is on the way. The project, whose title or release date has yet to be revealed, follows his 2017 debut, A Song For Every Moon.
Speaking of the song's importance to him, Major shared (in another press release) that it was inspired by a conversation he had with his mom after being dropped by his label and hitting a bout of writer's block:
"Success at nearly everything in life requires confidence and songwriting is no different—without it I couldn't write songs anymore. A whole year past and despite my best efforts, I hadn't written anything good. I had all but given up on my career as an artist but one morning I had a conversation in the car with my mum, she's very wise my mum, and I remember her saying to me: 'Darling, everything you are going through now will always part of your Tapestry.'"