Little Simz Delivers New Album 'Sometimes I Might Be Introvert'

Little Simz has dropped off her fourth studio effort, Sometimes I Might Be Introvert.

Clocking in at an hour and five minutes, the 19-track record features only guest appearances from Cleo Sol on “Woman” and Obongjayar on “Point and Kill.” Little Simz also delivered an accompanying music video for the latter, directed by Ebeneza Blanche, which was filmed in Nigeria and includes a diverse cast of aunties, macho men, dancers and policemen and sees the two artists as Bonnie and Clyde.

Little Simz is also set to hit the road for a series of U.K. and Europe tour dates this September, with stops in areas like Bristol, Glasgow, London, Amsterdam, Paris and Vienna, plus festival appearances in Love Saves The Day, TRNSMT, Parklife, Strawberries & Cream, Electric Picnic and more.

Stream Sometimes I Might Be Introvert on Spotify and Apple Music and take a look at the complete list of tour dates below.


Upcoming Tour Dates:

9/4 – Love Saves The Day, Bristol
9/5 – End Of The Road, Wales
9/10 – TRNSMT, Glasgow
9/12 – Parklife, Manchester
9/19 – Strawberries & Cream Festival, Cambridge
9/24 – Electric Picnic, Dublin
9/25 – NASS, Bristol
11/25 – O2 Institue, Birmingham
11/27 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
11/28- O2 Academy, Glasgow
11/30 – O2 Academy, Dublin
12/2 – O2 Academy, Bristol – SOLD OUT
12/6 – Rock City, Nottingham
12/7 – Albert Hall, Manchester – SOLD OUT
12/8 – LCR UEA, Norwich
12/10 – Dome, Brighton
12/12 – University Great Hall, Cardiff
12/13 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
12/14 – O2 Academy, Liverpool
12/16 – O2 Brixton Academy, London
1/13 – Rockefeller, Oslo
1/14 – Slaktkrykan. Stockholm
1/15 – Amager Bio, Copenhagen
1/17 – Uebel & Gefahrlich, Hamburg
1/18 – Huxley’s, Berlin
1/20 – Melkweg Max, Amsterdam
1/22 – Trix Hall, Antwerp
1/23 – Batschkapp, Frankfurt
1/25 – Fabrique, Milan
1/28 – Bataclan, Paris
1/30 – Rockhal Club, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
1/31 – Muffathalle, Munich
2/1 – Arena, Vienna

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