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Grace Carter has shared her new single 'Fired Up', and announced a new headline tour

She's on the road next March.
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Published: 11:06 am, October 18, 2019
Grace Carter has shared her new single 'Fired Up', and announced a new headline tour

Grace Carter has shared her new single, 'Fired Up'.

The heartfelt song arrives alongside news of a new headline tour, which will kick off on 3rd March in Amsterdam, and see her play London's 02 Shepherd’s Bush Empire. She's also on the road with Lewis Capaldi this November.

"I’ve spent the past two years of my career reliving my childhood and forgetting to live in the moment," says Grace of the track. "This new music is about me growing up, discovering new parts of myself and finding forgiveness and peace in some of the situations I’ve encountered in my life. ‘Fired Up’ is a song I wrote about falling in love for the first time. I feel stronger than ever - I found strength through my vulnerability."

Check out 'Fired Up' below, and find her upcoming tour dates after the jump.

The new tour will visit:

MARCH
03 Melweg Old Room, Amsterdam
04 Botanique Rotande, Brussels
05 La Bellevilloise, Paris
07 Nochtspeicher, Hamburg
08 Vega Small Hall, Copenhagen
10 Parkteatret, Oslo
11 Debaser Bar Brooklyn, Stockholm
13 Lido, Berlin
14 Luxor, Cologne
18 Dublin Academy Green Room, Dublin
20 SWG3 Warehouse
21 Academy 2, Manchester
22 02 Institute, Birmingham
24 SWX, Bristol
25 02 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

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