Lily Allen announces new album ‘No Shame’ and first UK tour in three years

The 'Trigger Bang' video is here too

Lily Allen has announced details of her new album, as well as confirming her first UK live dates since 2015.

Allen recently returned with a new single, her Giggs collaboration ‘Trigger Bang’.

She’s now revealed that her follow-up to 2014’s ‘Sheezus’ will be titled ‘No Shame’, arriving in “early Summer 2018”.


Allen has shared a video for ‘Trigger Bang’ (watch beneath), while also announcing that she will play three live dates in March, unveiling dates in London, Manchester and Glasgow.

Lily Allen plays the following UK live dates:

20 March – Manchester Gorilla
21 March – London – Tufnell Park Dome
23 March – Glasgow – King Tuts

Earlier this week, Lily Allen criticised the Wireless Festival line-up for only including three women.

The three-day London event will take place at Finsbury Park between July 6-8, and will be headlined by J. ColeStormzy, and DJ Khaled.


Allen posted a new version of the line-up poster on Twitter with all the male artists playing removed. The only acts remaining on the poster are MabelCardi B, and Lisa Mercedez. She captioned the post: “The struggle is real”.

Allen recently revealed that she once turned down the opportunity to play a gig and be paid in “hundred of thousands of Bitcoin” – which would now be worth billions, making her richer than Madonna and Queen Elizabeth II.