Miiesha has announced his first national tour dates, with the singer-songwriter set to embark on an east coast run in June.
The tour kicks off on June 3 – the same day Miiesha releases her ‘Mirrors’ EP – with a performance at Sydney Opera House’s Utzon Hall as part of this year’s Vivid festival. The following weekend, she will play headline tracks at Black Bear Lodge in Brisbane on June 10 and Northcote Social Club in Melbourne on June 11.
Tickets for the Brisbane and Melbourne shows are on sale now, while tickets for Miiesha’s concert at the Sydney Opera House go on sale next Monday (March 21).
‘Mirrors’ is part of a double-EP project alongside previous ‘Smoke’, which arrived in November last year and included the singles ‘Damaged’, ‘Made for Silence’ and ‘Price I Paid’. Miiesha premiered “Mirrors” earlier this month with single “Still Dream,” her first new music of the year.
Miiesha released her debut album ‘Nyaaringu’ in 2020, with the record in mind NME‘s list of this year’s top Australian albums. “Ultimately, it centers culture, family and individuality,” Cyclone Wehner of NME wrote of the album.
“’Nyaaringu’ is truthful, empowering and poetic. [Miiesha]The songs of are interconnected by recordings of his late grandmother’s ideas… [reclaiming] her identity as she explores the contradictions of resilience.