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Aurora Shares New Single Queendom

Tuesday, 17 April 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Aurora has shared a new single, Queendom.

The track is the Norwegian synth-pop songwriter's first new material since the release of her debut LP, 'All My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend’, in 2016 and is taken from its follow up, which is expected to arrive this summer.

The song arrived with the following note:

"Queendom is about celebrating all the differences in us. It’s about celebrating the women and the children and animals and the men also. The quiet ones and the introverts, where they can sing and be seen. It’s about the shy people and the lonely people and I hope it can be a place where we can come and be lonely together and then not be lonely anymore. Queendom is a place for all of us." 

Aurora will play two UK shows in October as part of a wider European tour. Tickets are on sale now.

Aurora Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed October 10 2018 - MANCHESTER Manchester Academy 2
Thu October 11 2018 - LONDON O2 Forum Kentish Town

Click here to compare & buy Aurora Tickets at Stereoboard.com.

 




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