Mabel releases debut album, ‘High Expectations’

Mabel’s much-anticipated debut album, ‘High Expectations ’, is available now. Featuring global smash ‘Don’t Call Me Up’ (also the biggest-selling single by a UK female artist this year) and recent Top 10 ‘Mad Love’ – alongside future classics like ‘OK (Anxiety Anthem)’ – an extensive run of live dates into February 2020 continues this summer as below.

Empowered, uplifting and emotive, ‘High Expectations’ is a record – and a state of mind, in many ways – that Mabel has worked towards her whole life; even going so far as to get the title tattooed phonetically on her neck when she first thought of it two years ago, knowing firmly that it would never change. Here is a still just 23 year old writing with vivid candour on young love, identity, girl power, and mental health. And on that road to ‘High Expectations’, Mabel’s music has become a soundtrack – for her impassioned young fanbase, but also for herself – on how to turn those vulnerabilities into your advantages.

Even on the brink of release, Mabel appears poised to take her place on pop’s throne – having already been nominated for two BRIT Awards, she is now approaching 4 million single sales in the UK alone, has surpassed 1 billion streams, and sold out a series of worldwide shows. The fact that Mabel has done so in her own warts-and-all style – stripping away music’s artifice whilst keeping true to its giddiness and excitement – may be her gift. Because like all great pop stars, Mabel was never going to settle for anything other than her own ‘High Expectations’: watch her seize her moment, soak it in, and keep reaching higher still.

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‘The High Expectations Tour’

January 29 || Dublin || Olympia
January 30 || Belfast || Ulster Hall
February 1 || Glasgow || O2 Academy
February 2 || Leeds || O2 Academy
February 4 || Liverpool || Academy
February 5 || Manchester || Academy
February 7 || Nottingham || Rock City
February 8 || Norwich || UEA
February 9 || Southampton || Guildhall
February 11 || Birmingham || O2 Academy
February 12 || London || Hammersmith Eventim Apollo
February 21 || Madrid || Joy Eslava (New Blood)
February 22 || Barcelona || La 2 de Apolo (New Blood)
February 24 || Milan || Magazzini Generali
February 25 || Zurich || Plaza Club
February 26 || Paris || Le Trianon
February 28 || Brussels || Orangerie
February 29 || Cologne || Gloria
March 1 || Amsterdam || Melkweg Old Hall
March 3 || Berlin || Kesselhaus
March 4 || Hamburg || Mojo
March 5 || Copenhagan || VEGA
March 7 || Stockholm || Nalen
March 8 || Oslo || Rockefeller