Amy MacDonald Set To Release 'Love Love' In October, Embarks on New UK Tour
There's just something mesmerizing about the way she sings and it could very well be her BEAUTIFUL Scottish accent. I also have a feeling that it has something to do with her talent, both as a songwriter and as a vocalist. She just writes and sings so far beyond her years (she's only 23!) it's astounding to me. Her voice is deeper and more soulful than you'd expect, given her petite appearance but then again, looks can certainly be deceiving. A Curious Thing is the 2010 follow up to her debut album, This Is The Life, which went all the way to the #1 spot in the UK (not to mention in Switzerland, Denmark and Belgium). While A Curious Thing didn't match it's predessor's chart success, it did quite well on it's own, peaking at #4 when it was released this past March.
"Big, bold and dramatic. Intimate, tender and touching. It's Amy MacDonald, full-voiced and rebooted and reenergised, with added hammering piano and a couple of guest spots from Paul Weller."While MacDonald's albums tend to sell, her performance history on the singles chart is less than stellar over in the UK. To date, her best performing single has been "Mr. Rock & Roll," the second single off of her debut album. "Love Love" is the fourth single to be released off of A Curious Thing, so hopefully it will do better than her previous three efforts. Lead single "Don't Tell Me That It's Over" peaked at #48 while "This Pretty Face" only managed to hit the #138 spot. "Spark" failed to chart at all in the UK. In all fairness, her singles have been performing better elsewhere in Europe.
Busy promoting the album all over Europe, Amy MacDonald played a sold out UK tour including a set at the prestigious Shepherds Bush Empire and NOW she's set to embark on a new UK tour this upcoming October. Check out the tour dates below and pick up her new single "Love Love" on October 4th.
October 19/Manchester Apollo
October 20/Aberdeen Music Hall
October 21/Glasgow O2 Academy
October 23/Dundee Fat Sams
October 24/Newcastle O2 Academy
October 25/Cambridge Corn Exchange
October 26/London HMV Hammersmith Apollo
October 28/Birmingham O2 Academy
October 29/Nottingham Royal Concert Hall