Ashnikko to go on a UK and Ireland tour for December 2021

20th May 2021 | Category: Concerts

Ashnikko has announced a new run of live dates in the UK and Ireland.

The ‘Demidevil’ singer will stop off in London, Manchester, Dublin and Glasgow throughout December.

Ashnikko announced the news of the tour on Instagram with the caption:

“I’m going on a real life physical in person live tour around North America, UK and Ireland.

“Going to cry so hard when we finally meet in real life I can’t f**king wait,” she added.

The announcement of the tour comes days after her live-streamed show in LA, which NME hailed for delivering “empowerment anthems performed inside pop’s brightest imagination”.

“In that space, the star puts on a masterclass. Not only does she create something unique and individual in a format that has its limitations and can quickly become tired, she also straddles the line between compelling entertainment and saying something powerful,” NME wrote of the show.

“One minute Ashnikko’s riding a pink bear with giant cyclops eye as she giddily performs restless new single ‘Tantrum’, the next she’s delivering an impassioned sermon on consent.”

The bubblepunk pop star released her debut mixtape ‘Demidevil’, back in January.

Her song “Cry”, which features Canadian musician Grimes, was released in June 2020, alongside an animated music video. The song’s music video was nominated for “Best Pop Video – UK” at the 2020 UK Music Video Awards. Following this, “Daisy” was released in July 2020, and a music video for the song was released in collaboration with Beats by Dre and TikTok a month later.

“Daisy” became Ashnikko’s breakthrough hit, charting internationally in countries including Australia, Belgium, and the United Kingdom. It reached a peak of number 24 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming her first charting and first top 40 hit in the UK.

Both of the songs appear on the artist’s debut mixtape. Meanwhile, “Deal with It” featuring Kelis and “Slumber Party” featuring Princess Nokia served as the third and fourth singles from the mixtape, respectively.

“A debut album proper in all but name, in fact, ‘Demidevil’ shows that Ashnikko’s far more than a two-trend wonder – with a tank full of intriguing bangers that evade living under ‘Daisy’s formidable shadow,” NME wrote of the album.

More Ashnikko tour info will be available here.

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