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- Date: Saturday, 6 May 2023
- Venue: Heimathafen Neukölln
- Doors open: 20:00
- Beginning: 21:00
Veranstalter: Trinity Music
Road to Brixton Tour
Having recently completed a 54 date run of shows as support on Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour (with five more confirmed for the North American run in 2023), Maisie Peters today shares new track, ‘Not Another Rockstar’. Listen HERE.
Written by Maisie, alongside Ines Dunn (Mimi Webb, Griff) and producer Joe Rubel, ‘Not Another Rockstar’ follows a series of recent fan-focused track drops including ‘Cate’s Brother’, ‘Blonde’ and ‘Good Enough’, each of which see her explore different stages of relationships with intimate but typically relatable tact.
Maisie explains: “I wrote ‘Not Another Rockstar’ about my very debatable track record with men. The song aims to make fun at me and my decisions and them and their guitars, and it feels right that I wrote it with Ines who is my best friend because she was literally rolling her eyes at every line like ‘too real’. I hope everyone comes out of this song realising the true rockstar was in fact me. Obviously. No longer the rockstar’s girlfriend, we are the whole rockstar these days, girls.”
In addition to the release of ‘Not Another Rockstar’, Maisie has also announced the ‘Road To Brixton’ shows – a seven-date run of intimate gigs ahead of her sold-out O2 Academy Brixton show next April. Kicking off at Newcastle University on Friday 14 April, 2023, the shows will visit Edinburgh, Sheffield, Leicester, Norwich, Oxford and Cardiff (see full itinerary below). Fans can sign up to Maisie’s Discord for early access to tickets, where presale begins on Wednesday 12 October. General sale will follow on Friday 14 October at MaisiePeters.co.uk.
Maisie is currently working on the follow up to her acclaimed No. 2 debut album ‘You Signed Up For This’ and will return to the US this autumn for the ‘I’m Telling The Whole Of America Tour 2022’. The five-date run includes The Wiltern in LA and sold-out shows at The Fillmore in San Francisco, The Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto and New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom – her biggest headline audience to date.