Greentea Peng is leading the 'Revolution' on her new single
The London singer has also announced a headline European tour
London singer Greentea Peng has released her new single, 'Revolution'.
'Revolution', produced by Tadafi, is in the dub vein and arrives with a video worked on with Melody Maker, someone she frequently works with.
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On the meaning behind 'Revolution', Greentea Peng said: "A result of recent turmoil: political, societal, and individual.
"2020, a painfully transformative year for the collective. Revolution is a product of this pain and also the anger we’ve been struggling to move through, at the same time it represents the hope conjured. A reminder to remember where the first revolution must take place and also a reminder to be aware of where and what we put our energy and belief into."
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Along with the new track comes a headline European tour announcement for 2021. Starting on April 7 in Berlin, she'll travel across the UK and visit EU cities such as Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris, where the tour comes to a close on May 13.
Earlier this year, the singer released 'Hu Man', which she perform tonight (October 30) on Later with Jools Holland on BBC2.
Stream 'Revolution' here and watch the video below.
07/04/2021 – Kantine am Berghain, Berlin
16/04/2021 – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
17/04/2021 – Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
18/04/2021 – CCA, Glasgow
20/04/2021 – Manchester Academy, Manchester
21/04/2021 – The Grand Social, Dublin
22/04/2021 – 24 Kitchen Street, Liverpool
24/04/2021 – Coventry Central Library, Coventry
25/04/2021 – The Bodega Social Club, Nottingham
26/04/2021 – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
28/04/2021 – Earth, London
29/04/2021 – Patterns, Brighton
30/04/2021 – Thekla, Bristol
09/05/2021 – Paradiso, Amsterdam
10/05/2021 – Botanique, Brussels
13/05/2021 – La Maroquinerie, Paris
[Photo: Stefy Pocket]
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