Rebecca Ferguson Announces New Album and 2016 UK Tour.

From the very lowest moment in her life the extraordinarily talented Rebecca Ferguson has produced a breath taking new album, ‘Superwoman’. It is set to be released Friday 14th October  2016 and her first single ‘Bones’ will be available from 2ndSeptember (impacting 7th October).

Forged from heartbreak and a tale of lover’s abandonment combined with the bittersweet joy of giving birth to his child, Superwoman is infused with the strength of a woman who has finally taken control. It is the ultimate soundtrack for anyone who has ever had to build themselves back up after a heartbreak Rebecca is stronger, happier and more fearless than ever before.

Rebecca says of the album “This is honest and emotionally complex, I found strength and security writing this album” adding “It’s my most personal album ever and it’s brought me to a place in my life where I feel strong. I called it Superwoman because I learnt to embrace my vulnerability and accept it as a strength.”

‘Superwoman’ was produced by Troy Miller (Mark Ronson, Amy Winehouse), and features collaborators such as Jonny Lattimer  (Ellie Goulding, James Bay), Negin Djafari (Miley Cyrus) and previous collaborator Eg White (Adele, Florence And The Machine, Sam Smith).

One of the most distinctive voices in pop, Rebecca has previously won critical acclaim for taking on the Billie Holiday songbook in previous release ‘Lady Sings The Blues’. The working class girl from Liverpool who battled so hard to make it as a singer has become one of the most exciting and compelling artists of our times. This is her fourth album, something not many ‘talent show’ contestants can say, but from the off there was always something intrinsically sincere about Rebecca’s delivery that set her apart from everyone else. Since her break on X Factor six years ago, the once shy and insecure artist has gone on to win fans on both sides of the Atlantic, touring Britain, Europe and America winning plaudits from Adele as well as critics winning comparisons to her heroes Macy Gray and Aretha Franklin.

Rebecca Ferguson



In addition, Rebecca will be embarking on a 16-date headline tour of the UK which will stop at the following venues: 

23rd October 2016 – Venue Cymru,  Llandudno, United Kingdom

24th October 2016 – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, United Kingdom

25th October 2016 – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

27th October 2016 – Sage, Gateshead, United Kingdom

28th October 2016 – Barbican Centre, York, United Kingdom

1st November 2016 – London Palladium Theatre, London, United Kingdom

2nd November 2016 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham, United Kingdom

4th November 2016 – Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, United Kingdom (Homecoming Show)

5th November 2016 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge, United Kingdom

6th November 2016 – Colston Hall, Bristol, United Kingdom

8th November 2016 – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, United Kingdom

9th November 2016 – Regent Theatre, Ipswich, United Kingdom

11th November 2016 – City Hall, Sheffield, United Kingdom

13th November 2016 – GLive, Guildford, United Kingdom

14th November 2016 – St David’s Hall, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom

15th November 2016 –  De Montfort Hall, Leicester, United Kingdom

Glenn Sargeant

(Many thanks to Warren at Chuff Media for help with this announcement)