King Princess shares new track ‘Ain’t Together’, debut album ‘Cheap Queen’ coming soon

Rising pop star King Princess’ highly anticipated debut album ‘Cheap Queen’ is due for release this autumn on Mark Ronson’s Zelig Records and Columbia Records. Today, Mikaela shares her new song ‘Ain’t Together’ taken from the forthcoming album.

King Princess also confirms today a North American headline tour which includes two shows at New York’s Terminal 5, DC’s 9:30 Club, Los Angeles’ The Wiltern. See below for the full list of dates. This year has already seen King Princess grace stages across the globe including performances at Coachella, Governors Ball, Glastonbury and a sell-out headline show at London’s Kentish Town Forum.

‘Cheap Queen’ follows a breakout 2018 for King Princess. Her debut single, an ode to untold queer histories titled ‘1950’, became an overnight smash hit with over 250 million streams to date, while her debut EP ‘Make My Bed’ was released to widespread critical acclaim. Having made her TV debut on ‘Later…with Jools Holland’, King Princess has gone to collaborate with Fiona Apple for the reimagining of ‘I Know’ earlier this year and unveiled daring new track ‘Pussy Is God’. In the process, King Princess has taken her place as one of pop’s most exciting, progressive new voices, and one set to reign supreme in the months ahead.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, King Princess is a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. The product of a musical family, she spent much of her childhood tinkering on the vintage Neve board in her father’s Brooklyn studio, learning guitar and piano along the way.


September 20 || Life is Beautiful Festival || Las Vegas, NV
October 4 || Austin City Limits Festival || Austin, TX
October 5 || House of Blues || Dallas, TX
October 8 || White Oak Music Hall || Houston, TX
October 9 || Stubb’s || Austin, TX
October 11 || Austin City Limits Festival || Austin, TX
October 28 || Rebel Complex || Toronto, ON
October 29 || MTELUS || Montreal, QC
October 30 || House of Blues || Boston, MA
November 1 || Terminal 5 || New York, NY
November 2 || Terminal 5 || New York, NY
November 4 || The Fillmore || Philadelphia, PA
November 6 || 9:30 Club || Washington, DC
November 7 || 9:30 Club || Washington, DC
November 9 || The Orange Peel || Asheville, NC
November 10 || Tabernacle || Atlanta, GA
November 12 || The Plaza Live || Orlando, FL
November 13 || Revolution || Fort Lauderdale, FL
November 16 || Corona Capital || Mexico City, MX
January 16 || Queen Elizabeth Theatre || Vancouver, BC
January 18 || Showbox SoDo || Seattle, WA
January 19 || Roseland Theater || Portland, OR
January 21 || Fox Theater || Oakland, CA
January 24 || The Wiltern || Los Angeles, CA
January 25 || The Wiltern || Los Angeles, CA
January 28 || The Observatory North Park || San Diego, CA
January 29 || The Van Buren || Phoenix, AZ
January 31 || The Union Event Center || Salt Lake City, UT
February 2 || Ogden Theatre || Denver, OR