Dodie announces new EP and UK/European tour

British singer-songwriter Dodie has announced the release of her upcoming EP, Human.

Human will be released 18 January 2019, and will feature seven tracks: Arms Unfolding, Monster, Not What I Meant, Human, She, If I’m Being Honest and Burned Out.

The title track, a collaboration with Scottish performer Tom Walker, is now available on iTunes and streaming services.

The EP follows Dodie’s two self-released EPs, Intertwined (2016) and You (2017), the latter of which charted at number six in the UK, despite receiving little promotion.

Dodie also revealed her upcoming extensive tour of the UK and Europe. It will begin in Antwerp on 10 February and will culminate in the 23-year-old’s biggest show to date at London’s legendary Roundhouse on 24 March.

Take a look at Dodie’s tour dates below:

10 February – De Roma, Antwerp, Belgium
11 February – Le Trabendo, Paris, France
13 February – Melkweg, Amsterdam, NL
14 February – Die Kantine, Amsterdam, NL
15 February – Grünspan, Hamburg, Germany
17 February – Fryshuset, Stockholm, Sweden
18 February – Parkteatret, Oslo, Norway
19 February – Lille Vega, Copenhagen, DE
21 February – C-Club, Berlin, Germany
22 February – Klub Hybrydy, Warsaw, Poland
23 February – Vienna Arena, Austria
25 February – Ampere, Munich, Germany
26 February – Plaza, Zurich, Switzerland
27 February – Legend Club, Milan, Italy
01 March – Bikini, Barcelona
02 March – Sala Chango, Madrid, Spain
13 March – O2 Academy Bristol, UK
14 March – O2 Academy Birmingham, UK
15 March – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow, UK
17 March – Vicar Street, Dublin, Ireland
20 March – Rock City, Nottingham, UK
21 March – Manchester Academy, UK
23 March – UEA LCR, Norwich, UK
24 March – The Roundhouse, London, UK

Sign up for pre-sale tour access at dodie.co. General sale will be from 10am, 28 September.

Dodie has garnered a massive fanbase since her industry debut, for not shying away from LGBTQ and mental health issues (she identifies as bisexual herself).

So far, she’s received a massive total of 350 million streams across YouTube, Spotify and Apple Music.

Watch the incredible Hazel Hayes directed video for Human, starring Dodie and Oscar Scott-White.

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