Watch Camila Cabello perform two new songs as she kicks off tour

The former Fifth Harmony star is on a headlining tour of North America

Camila Cabello has aired two new songs as she kicked off her current North American tour.

The former Fifth Harmony singer released her debut album ‘Camila‘ earlier this year. In a four-star review, NME called it “a strong and surprisingly confident first impression.”

Cabello began the Never Be The Same tour at Vancouver’s Orpheum Theatre on Monday (April 9). During the set, she dropped ‘Sangria’ and ‘Scar Tissue’, the latter of which was reportedly co-written with Charli XCX. Ahead of it, she told the audience: “I don’t know if you guys know this, but, scar tissue is the skin that grows on top of skin that’s been burned or hurt, and it’s the body’s way of healing. When I wrote this part of the song, it felt like I was healing.


“I just want you to know that if any of you are going through a tough time, or lost, I just want you to be patient and loving, and brave, and treat yourself as if you were your own best friend.” Watch fan-shot footage of the tracks above and below.

Recently, Cabello was named as one of the support acts for Taylor Swift‘s upcoming ‘Reputation’ world tour. Charli XCX will also appear on the run of dates.

“I’m really excited, I hope you are too. I can’t wait to see you, I can’t wait to see them – I’m really excited just about the whole thing in general,” said Swift of the announcement. XCX, meanwhile, requested she be the “bad influence” of the tour.


Swift’s upcoming UK and Ireland ‘Reputation’ tour dates are below. Tickets are available here.

Friday June 8 2018 – MANCHESTER Etihad Stadium
Saturday June 9 2018 – MANCHESTER Etihad Stadium
Friday June 15 2018 – DUBLIN Croke Park
Saturday June 16 2018 – DUBLIN Croke Park
Friday June 22 2018 – LONDON Wembley Stadium
Saturday June 23 2018 – LONDON Wembley Stadium


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