We know our readers are on top of the best new talent, which means you may have already heard a few of Mimi Webb’s songs floating around Tiktok in the past couple of years, including ‘Good Without,’ ‘Dumb Love,’ and most recently ‘Ghost of You.’ 2023 is looking to be Mimi’s year with her debut album Amelia and The Amelia Tour, the singer is seemingly unstoppable.
UK breakout artist, Mimi Webb, released her new track ‘Ghost of You’ on the 7th of October 2022, and it’s been on constant repeat since with over 12 million global streams, us being a major chunk of that. If you’re looking for a new favorite pop artist, then Mimi is perfect for you.
Mimi Webb has all the foundations to become a world-renowned pop star. We love to see it, and we know you will too.
We’re currently mentally and emotionally preparing for her debut album Amelia releasing on March 3rd, 2023. We haven’t had much intel into the album’s sound from Mimi on social media, but we do know that it’ll include previous releases ‘House on Fire’ and ‘Ghost of You,’ which is telling us this album will be nothing short of constant bangers.
The Amelia Tour
The Amelia Tour takes place throughout The UK and Europe, starting in March, with a presumable US tour coming soon. This will be Mimi’s 2nd UK and Europe tour, with one US headline tour under her belt, as well as opening for Tate Mcrae back in March of this year, the most iconic pop duo of 2022 if you ask us.
If you love good outfits and even better music, this tour is the one for you! You’ll catch us there screaming these lyrics, that’s for sure!
With the special guests still to be announced, we’re sure they’ll be as iconic as Mimi herself.
If you missed Mimi’s previous tours or need some unnecessary convincing for her upcoming shows, she’s uploaded ‘Ghost of You (Live from New York City)’ and let us tell you… The Honey POP are about to sell out this tour just between us, so get those tickets before we do! Buy tickets here.
Watch ‘Ghost of You’ Live from New York City below!
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