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Gabrielle has announced the Under My Skin Album Tour for this August featuring five very special UK show dates.

The intimate album launch shows will kick-off in Birmingham before heading Manchester, Glasgow and Bristol, with a final date in London on the same day that her first studio album in 11 years will be released.

The shows will allow fans the unique opportunity to get up close and personal with Gabrielle as well as preview new songs alongside her greatest hits prior to the album release. She has already shared new music in the form of single ‘Show Me’, which premiered alongside a stunning music video directed by Dan Massie.

Gabrielle Under My Skin Album Launch Tour Dates:

Birmingham O2 Institute 2, 08 Aug
Manchester Gorilla, 13
Glasgow King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, 14
Bristol Trinity, 16
London Jazz Cafe, 17

Tickets on sale Friday (22 June) at 10am from Gigantic Eventim Ticketmaster Ticketweb See Tickets

Gabrielle commented, “I’m so excited to get back on the road. I had so much fun performing for you all at the Jazz Café last month so I had to come back! I can’t wait to play songs from Under My Skin live. I do hope you love the new album as much as I do.”

In addition, the record-breaking, multi-million selling chart-topping superstar will be joining Rick Astley on his huge UK tour.

The new album release marks 25 years since the soulful British singer-songwriter’s No.1 debut single ‘Dreams’, which went on to reach Gold status in the UK. She has sold over five million records in the UK alone and scored two No.1 singles, 10 Top 10 singles, a No.1 album and 4 Top 10 Albums. She has also received various music accolades including BRIT Awards, MOBO Awards and an Ivor Novello for Outstanding Song Collection.

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