Following her completely sold out Spring tour, Maude Latour announced the What Is This Feeling? The Tour, her Fall 2022 tour.
The tour kicks off September 29th in Boston, MA and wraps up November 2nd in her home city, NYC! All in all, the tour has sixteen dates and stops in twelve different states. Tickets go on-sale to the general public this Friday, May 20th at 11am local time here. See a full list of dates below!
In 2022 so far, Latour has released three new singles, “Headphones,” “Lola,” and her most recent single, which was released on May 12th, “Trees.” Not only is Maude Latour busy with recording and releasing new music, she’s also graduating from Columbia University tomorrow with a degree in Philosophy and Political Science. She really does it all!
She has gained over a million monthly listeners on Spotify and has over 98k followers on TikTok. This will be Latour’s longest tour to date. Currently, Latour is signed to Warner records. Her first single under Warner Records, Clean, was released in August 2021 and since then, she’s put out an EP and three singles.
Maude Latour is highly popular with Gen Z because of her dreamy, genuine, and sometimes heartbreaking lyrics. These lyrics are paired with pure alt-pop, vibrant, sunshiny melodies. Some of our favorite lyrics include “I fell in love with how you emphasized your sentences And I got a crush on the shape of your name on my phone” (One More Weekend), “If you’re alone, it doesn’t mean you’re lonely, cause I’m never alone and baby I’m still lonely” (Superfruit), and “Supernova, sip your soda” (Lola).
In her most recent single, “Trees,” Latour is vulnerable about how it feels to miss someone important to you who has passed. Her ability to have such raw emotion in her lyrics really shows in this song. Watch Latour’s new music video for “Trees”
Maude Latour is definitely one to watch! Be sure to get your tickets for What Is This Feeling? The Tour, you’re not going to want to miss this one!
FALL 2022 TOUR DATES ->
September 29 – Boston, MA | Paradise Rock Club
October 1 – Washington, DC | All Things Go Music Festival
October 2 – Philadelphia, PA | The Foundry
October 4 – Atlanta, GA | Terminal West
October 5 – Nashville, TN | The End
October 7-9 – Austin, TX | Austin City Limits
October 11 – Houston, TX | The Bronze Peacock at House of Blues
October 12 – Dallas, TX | The Cambridge Room at House of Blues
October 14 – Denver, CO | Globe Hall
October 15 – Salt Lake City, UT | Kilby Court
October 17 – Phoenix, AZ | The Rebel Lounge
October 18 – Los Angeles, CA | El Rey Theatre
October 20 – Sacramento, CA | Harlow’s
October 21 – San Francisco, CA | The Chapel
October 23 – Seattle, WA | Neumos
November 2 – New York, NY | Irving Plaza
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