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James Arthur releases new single ‘Emily’

James Arthur returns with his beautiful new single ‘Emily’, taken from his upcoming 4th album ‘It’ll All Make Sense In The End’.

James Arthur returns with his beautiful new single ‘Emily’, taken from his upcoming 4th album ‘It’ll All Make Sense In The End’.

‘Emily’ is written by James with George Tizzard, Rick Parkhouse and James ‘Yami’ Bell and produced by Red Triangle. The track is an emotional ode to the next generation, a tender intimate mea culpa to the daughter he might one day have.

James says: ”That arose from conversations about having kids. Would I even be a good dad? What if they read about all the shit I’ve been through? It doesn’t matter because ultimately I’m the guy who’s going to be there for you all your life.”

James will tour the UK and Ireland in March 2022, with dates including a special show at London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall. A North American tour follows in April and May.

James has sold over 30 million records worldwide and has to date released three hugely successful albums ‘James Arthur’ (UK No.2), ‘Back From The Edge’ (UK No.1) and ‘YOU’ (UK No.2), alongside nine solo UK Top 40 singles.

He has had two No.1 smash hits and was awarded a disc for reaching a billion streams on Spotify with ‘Say You Won’t Let Go’, the No.1 global hit that brought the singer-songwriter from Middlesbrough back from the edge (it currently has 1.7 billion streams on the platform!).

James Arthur announced his new album ’It’ll All Make Sense In The End’, his 4th longplay release, which will be released on November 5th.

The UK tour dates are:

5th March – Bournemouth – Bournemouth International Centre

6th March – Plymouth – Pavilions

8th March – Stockton – Stockton Globe

9th March – London – Royal Albert Hall

11th March – Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena

12th March – Brighton – Brighton Centre

14th March – Leeds – O2 Academy

15th March – Hull – Bonus Arena

17th March – Glasgow – SEC Armadillo

19th March – Birmingham – O2 Academy

20th March – Southend – Southend Cliffs Pavilion

22nd March – Manchester – 02 Apollo

23rd March – Newcastle – 02 City Hall

25th March – Sheffield – City Hall

28th March – Belfast – Ulster Hall

29th March – Dublin – Olympia Theatre

The North American tour dates are:

21st April – Seattle, WA – Neptune Theatre

23rd April – San Francisco, CA – The Masonic

25th April – San Diego, CA – The Observatory North Park

26th April – Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern

28th April – Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre

30th April – Dallas, TX – House of Blues Dallas

1st May – Houston, TX – House of Blues Houston

3rd May – Lake Buena Vista, FL – House of Blues Orlando

4th May – Atlanta, GA – Buckhead Theatre

5th May – Nashville, TN – Cannery Ballroom

7th May – Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre

8th May – Minneapolis, MN – The Fillmore Minneapolis

10th May – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues Cleveland

11th May – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore Detroit

13th May – Toronto, ON – History

14th May – Montreal, QC – MTELUS

16th May – Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore Philadelphia

17th May – Boston, MA – House of Blues Boston

19th May – Silver Spring, MD – The Fillmore Silver Spring



20th May – New York, NY – Pier 17

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