Rebecca Black has today (January 10) shared the release date for her debut album, ‘Let Her Burn’.
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The musician, whose first song ‘Friday‘ was a viral hit on YouTube in 2011, revealed on social media that the album would arrive on February 9. You can pre-order it here.
The album was previewed last year with two singles, ‘Look At You‘ and ‘Crumbs‘. Check out Black’s post here:
LET HER BURN. MY DEBUT ALBUM. OUT FEBRUARY 9
VINYL AVAILABLE FOR PREORDER NOW https://t.co/3YKxakKNOE pic.twitter.com/olQh0GUvtP
— Rebecca Black (@MsRebeccaBlack) January 6, 2023
let her burn out february 9 ❤️🔥 pic.twitter.com/7OdVVn34R5
— Rebecca Black (@MsRebeccaBlack) January 10, 2023
Meanwhile, Black will take her ‘Let Her Burn Tour’ to Ireland and the UK starting next month.
The tour kicks off on February 4 in Dublin, with nights following in Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, London and Bristol until February 11. You can check out the dates below and buy tickets here.
4 – Dublin, Green Room – The Academy
6 – Glasgow, Warehouse SWG3
7 – Manchester, Gorilla
8 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
10 – London, Heaven
11 – Bristol, Thekla
Reviewing Black’s EP ‘Rebecca Black Was Here’ in 2021, NME said: “When ‘Friday’ turned Rebecca Black into the week’s biggest punchline, she could have taken if offline – but instead, she seemed determined to turn things around. Just a few months later, she made a cameo in Katy Perry’s ‘Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)’ video, while her 2007 follow-up ‘Saturday’ saw her take the piss out of her viral moment with a knowing wink. Since then, the Californian artist has been steadily releasing music of increasingly impressive quality – peaking with last year’s parping synth-pop singles ‘Closer’ and ‘Self-Sabotage’…
“…Though ‘Rebecca Black Was Here’ takes numerous clear cues from contemporary pop – notably, the experimental and robotic music of Charli XCX, the closely related hyper-pop scene and PC Music, plus the juggernaut melodies of Katy Perry – it also succeeds in centring Black’s own voice. Finally, she seems to have taken control of the narrative which ran wild beyond her control for so many years. She’s always been a dab hand at getting the last laugh.”