Miiesha has introduced her debut nationwide headline tour dates, with the singer-songwriter set to embark on an east coast run this June.
The tour will kick off on June 3 – the identical day Miiesha releases her ‘Mirrors’ EP – with a present on the Sydney Opera Home’s Utzon Room as a part of this yr’s Vivid festival. The next weekend, she is going to play headline exhibits at Brisbane’s Black Bear Lodge on June 10 and Melbourne’s Northcote Social Membership on June 11.
Tickets for the Brisbane and Melbourne exhibits are on sale now, whereas tickets for Miiesha’s Sydney Opera Home gig will go on sale subsequent Monday (March 21).
‘Mirrors’ serves as a part of a double-EP project alongside the previously-released ‘Smoke’, which arrived in November of final yr and featured the singles ‘Damaged’, ‘Made for Silence’ and ‘Worth I Paid’. Miiesha previewed ‘Mirrors’ earlier this month with the only ‘Still Dream’, her first new music for the yr.
Miiesha launched her debut LP ‘Nyaaringu’ again in 2020, with the report occurring to high NME‘s list of the best Australian albums of that yr. “Finally, she centres tradition, household and selfhood,” NME‘s Cyclone Wehner wrote of the album.
“‘Nyaaringu’ is truthful, empowering and poetic. [Miiesha]’s songs are interconnected by recordings of her late grandmother’s insights… [reclaiming] her identification as she explores the contradictions of resilience.”