KING PRINCESS

KING PRINCESS

TUE 6 NOV @ 8PM

Price
$73.55
Bookings
(02) 9550 3666
Mode
Concert Mode - General Admission Standing
Tickets
On sale now @ Metro Theatre & Ticketek

Brooklyn-raised, LA-based singer-songwriter King Princess will tour Australia, including a special show in Sydney, for the very first time this November.

Performing a string of headline shows, the rising talent will enchant audiences with her unique, self-produced brand of pop.

Growing up in Brooklyn, New York where she observed a number of the music industry’s greatest artists at her father’s recording studio Mission Sound, King Princess turned down a record deal at just 11 years old in favour of finishing school.

At just 19 years old, King Princess burst onto the international market earlier this year with platinum certified, breakout single ‘1950’ which reached a high of #13 on Spotify and broke the top 30 on both the ARIA and Shazam charts. The track has been streamed over 14 million times in Australia and New Zealand and following a single tweet from Harry Styles quoting the lyrics went viral, the tweet has generated over 300,000 likes and 100,000 retweets to date.

Her incredible debut EP Make My Bed was released in June via Mark Ronson’s Zelig Records (out now through Sony Music Australia) as the label’s first release. Featuring exquisite new single ‘Talia’ which has been streamed over 14 million times worldwide to date and an additional three, previously unheard tracks, Make My Bed is an incredible insight into what we can expect from pop’s exciting new artist.

As an intensifying vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer, King Princess is a pop superstar in the making and these shows are not to be missed. Secure tickets now to avoid disappointment!

‘… a songwriter, producer, and musician who is truly challenging the traditional terms of pop music today.’ – Coup De Main Magazine

‘There’s an inherent sense of sweeping romance and melancholy in her songs that renders them captivating.’ PAPER

“1950’ is about as close to perfect as a pop song can get.’ - Pitchfork

‘… a prodigy in the making’. - Mark Ronson