After building up an international fanbase of thousands of people who fell in love with her hauntingly beautiful songs and hilariously quirky social media antics, half-Maltese singer-songwriter Lauren Aquilna will finally be returning to the stage later this year. This comes after an extended, three-year break the young singer had taken for mental health reasons.
Taking to Twitter, Aquilina told fans that she’ll be playing a show in London later this November. “I am gonna tweet something at 9am tomorrow that I never thought I’d tweet again,” she said last night, building up substantial hype ahead of this morning’s announcement.
Lauren has now confirmed a show at The Camden Assembly on Thursday 8th November
i am gonna tweet something at 9am tomorrow that i never thought i’d tweet again ????
— Lauren Aquilina (@laurenaquilina) September 4, 2018
LONDON. tickets on sale this friday at 9am BST. ???? pic.twitter.com/vTp4UkPz3e
— Lauren Aquilina (@laurenaquilina) September 5, 2018
Tickets for the Lauren Aquilina show will go up on sale this Friday morning, no doubt coinciding with the release of her comeback single, Psycho.
After choosing April Fools’ Day to announce her return to music, Aquilina made her first appearance back onstage earlier this summer at the beloved Barn On The Farm Festival in Gloucester.
fuckkk my phone is going crazy. so overwhelmed. thank you for the welcome back. i’m nervous as fuck but this song single-handedly made me wanna release music again and i can’t wait to share it with you. ????
— Lauren Aquilina (@laurenaquilina) August 23, 2018
new lauren aquilina music next week?? can u believe?? is it 2013??
— Lauren Aquilina (@laurenaquilina) August 28, 2018