NEW ALBUM : EMELI SANDÉ ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM LET’S SAY FOR INSTANCE

Emeli Sandé – please credit Olivia Lifungula

ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM
LET’S SAY FOR INSTANCE
DUE FRIDAY, 6 MAY VIA CHRYSALIS RECORDS

PLUS, MASSIVE 2022 UK/EU ‘BRIGHTER DAYS TOUR’ REVEALED

Today, internationally-renowned British singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé has announced her forthcoming album Let’s Say For Instance, due Friday, 6 May via Chrysalis Records. Alongside the announcement, Emeli has shared details of an extensive UK and European tour, including full band performances and also a number of intimate acoustic piano shows, recently previewed at a stunning London Roundhouse date that was praised in a 4* review by the iPaper as “a stirring performance of raw emotion”.
 
Her first release on an independent label, Let’s Say For Instance marks a new era of Emeli’s expansive artistry after a decade on stage and on the airwaves. Exploring new sonic territory through shades of classical, disco, nostalgic R&B and more, it sees Emeli freeing herself from the expectations of others, flexing her holistic skills as a songwriter, producer and vocalist in new, versatile ways. In her words: “‘an ode to resilience, rebirth, and renewal”. The album features current hit single Brighter Days, alongside previous singles ‘Look What You’ve Done’ and ‘Family’.
 
As told to Variety in an exclusive interview, Emeli shared: “I’m so proud of this album and can’t wait to release it. I’ve felt free to express myself more naturally both lyrically and musically in this album and my wish is that it will be an uplifting experience for each listener and that they will get to know me on a much deeper level.”
 
PRE-ORDER / PRE-SAVE / PRE-ADD LET’S SAY FOR INSTANCE

Let’s Say For Instance tracklisting
1. Family
2. Look What You’ve Done (with Jaykae)
3. July 25th
4. Oxygen
5. Summer
6. My Pleasure
7. There Isn’t Much
8. September 8th
9. Look In Your Eyes
10. Ready To Love
11. Wait For Me
12. Another One
13. Yes You Can
14. Brighter Days
15. Super Human
16. World Go Round

To celebrate the release of Let’s Say For Instance, Emeli will be embarking on a tour of the UK and Europe in May and June 2022. The tour will see Emeli performing both with her full band, as well as select solo piano show dates, commencing on May 16 in Glasgow, before journeying through Leeds, Birmingham, Manchester, London and Europe.
 
TICKETS
Tickets will be available via fan presale from Thursday 17th February and on general sale at 10am on Friday 18th February via livenation.co.uk.

 Emeli Sandé 2022 UK/EU ‘Brighter Days Tour’
Monday 16 May – SWG3 Galvanizers, Glasgow, UK (full band show)
 Wednesday 18 May – Stylus, Leeds, UK (full band show)
Thursday 19 May – The Mill, Birmingham, UK (full band show)
Friday 20 May – O2 Ritz, Manchester, UK (full band show)
Sunday 22 May – EartH, London, UK (full band show)
Thursday 26 May – Oran Mor Auditorium, Glasgow, UK (solo piano show)
Saturday 28 May – City Varieties, Leeds (solo piano show)
Sunday 29 May – Stoller Hall, Manchester (solo piano show)
Monday 30 May – Town Hall, Birmingham (solo piano show)
Wednesday 1 June – La Cigale, Paris, France (full band show)

Friday 3 June – Santeria Toscana 31, Milan, Italy (full band show)
Saturday 4 June – Carlswerk Victoria, Cologne, Germany (full band show)
Sunday 5 June – TivoliVredenburg – Ronda, Utrecht, Netherlands (full band show)
Tuesday 7 June – De Duif, Amsterdam, Netherlands (solo piano show)
Wednesday 8 June – La Seine Musicale, Paris, France (solo piano show)
Thursday 9 June – Kulturkirche, Cologne, Germany (solo piano show)

Emeli Sandé is one of Britain’s most successful living songwriters. Her debut album Our Version of Events, which sold over 5.4 million copies to date, was the biggest selling album in the UK of 2012 and the second biggest selling of 2013, and is certified platinum eight times in the UK and Ireland. Emeli followed it with critically acclaimed Long Live The Angels in 2016, the Kingdom Coming EP in 2017 and Real Life in 2019. With 19 million singles sold including 3 x UK No. 1 singles, 6 million albums and four BRIT awards (including Best Female twice), Emeli received an MBE for Services to Music in 2018 and in July 2019 she became the University of Sunderland’s Chancellor. In between her own records, she has recently collaborated with UK rap and grime giants, including Bugzy Malone’s ‘Welcome to the Hood’ and Ghett’s ‘Sonya’, featured on his Mercury Prize-nominated record Conflict of Interest. Other collaborations that span Emeli’s career include Kendrick Lamar, Giggs, Loski, Wretch 32, Wiley, Jools Holland, Nile Rodgers and many more.