KIM PETRAS RELEASES NEW SINGLE: ‘REMINDS ME’

KIM PETRAS RELEASES NEW SINGLE: ‘REMINDS ME’

KIM PETRAS RELEASES NEW SINGLE: ‘REMINDS ME’

Kim Petras has released her brand new single ‘Reminds Me’, a big break-up bop arriving just in time for Valentine’s Day. Stream here

The track dropped last night just hours before her rapturous sold-out London headline show at Shepherd’s Bush Empire, which was filled all the way to the top with her die-hard fans, as well as RuPaul’s Drag Race UK royalties Cheryl Hole, Sum Ting Wong and Crystal. The show marks the finale of Kim’s hugely successful and biggest headline tour to date, The Clarity Tour. The tour – crossing North America, UK and Europe – earned rave reviews, including Metro, who rated it 5 stars and praised Kim’s “dazzling charisma” and “hurricane-strength vocals”. 

Kim will be returning to the UK and Europe to support Camila Cabello on “The Romance Tour” in May and June (dates below). The hotly-tipped rising star will also be performing at this year’s sold-out Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, and Primavera Soundin Barcelona. For full live dates, visit kimpetras.com .

Kim recently made her TV performance debut on Good Morning America to perform her hit single ‘Icy’ (Scott Mills’ BBC Radio 1 Tune of The Week), and turned heads at Paris Couture Week, attending Jean Paul Gaultier, Ludovic de Saint Sernin, Alexandre Vauthier’s shows.

Kim’s critically-lauded 12-track project “Clarity” dominated Spotify’s ‘New Music Friday’ and Apple Music’s ‘Best of The Week’ for 10 consecutive weeks with a string of unforgettable singles like ‘Broken’, ‘Sweet Spot’, ‘Got My Number’, ‘Do Me’ and more. The project also drew critical acclaim from The Guardian, The New York Times, Pitchfork, NME and more. Kim also drew mainstream praise for her Halloween-inspired project “TURN OFF THE LIGHT”, which redefined Halloween music with songs like ‘Close Your Eyes’ and ‘There Will Be Blood’.

Special guest KIM PETRAS on CAMILA CABELLO “THE ROMANCE TOUR”

26 May – Oslo – Spektrum

28 May – Copenhagen – Royal Arena

30 May – Berlin – Mercedes Benz Arena

1 June – Birmingham – Resorts World Arena

2 June – Leeds – First Direct Arena

4 June – Manchester – Manchester Arena

8 June – Dublin – 3Arena

9 June – Glasgow – SSE Hydro

11 June – London – O2 Arena

14 June – Antwerp – Sportpaleis

15 June – Amsterdam – Ziggo Dome

17 June – Paris – Accorhotels Arena

18 June – Cologne – Laxness Arena

23 June – Zurich – Hallenstadion

24 June – Milan – Forum

30 June – Barcelona – Palau Sant Jordi

1 July – Madrid – Wizink Centre

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