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MØ's concert in Tallinn

Danish superstar MØ announces a new 12-date European tour for November-December 2018, culminating in a huge, 15,000 capacity homecoming show at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen. MØ’s friend and sometime collaborator ALMA will support on all dates.

The tour will round off what is already shaping up to be a massive 2018 for MØ, and is announced fresh off the back of her scene stealing appearance at Coachella Festival in the US and an acclaimed UK headline tour, including a sold out show at Brixton Academy earlier this month. It also comes swift on the heels of the release of her acclaimed new song "Nostalgia", out now and accompanied by an intimate and revealing lyric video, curated by MØ’s parents and featuring family snapshots from childhood and teenage years.

The dates will be the first chance for European fans to hear "Nostalgia" live, alongside songs from MØ’s recently released When I Was Young (EP), her first multitrack project since her critically acclaimed debut No Mythologies to Follow. The EP came after a three-year run of hit singles, including "Lean On", a collaboration with Major Lazer which is one of the most streamed tracks of all time, and songs with Justin Bieber, Charli XCX and Snakehips, to name but a few. Just three months into 2018, MØ is again already a mainstay on radio playlists and streaming charts via collaborations with Diplo ("Get It Right"), Jack Antonoff ("Never Fall In Love"), ALMA ("Dance For Me") and Noah Cyrus ("We Are F**ked"), as well as being part of Dua Lipa’s BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge super group performance of "IDGAF" alongside Charli XCX, Zara Larsson and ALMA.

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