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070 SHAKE RETURNS TO LIVE TOURING WITH 3-MONTH, 36-CITY TOUR OF U.S. AND EUROPE, OPENING SEPT. 18TH IN ATLANTA

IN SUPPORT OF CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED DEBUT ALBUM MODUS VIVENDI

VIA G.O.O.D. MUSIC/DEF JAM RECORDINGS

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070 Shake – the innovative, genre-defying artist whose critically acclaimed debut album MODUS VIVENDI via G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam Recordings made Top 20 “Albums Of The Year” and “Best New Artist” lists around the world – will return to the road this fall for a long overdue tour of North America and Europe.

The three-month, 36-city tour will open September 18th at Music Midtown Festival in Atlanta and will conclude at Sala But in Madrid on December 17th. A limited number of VIP packages will be available starting, Wednesday, June 9th at 10am local and include a meet & greets, exclusive merchandise & more. Details at http://www.070shake.net.

Shake’s last 25-city tour of Europe and North America was an unforgettable sold-out trip that began in Dublin on Jan. 19, 2020, the weekend after MODUS VIVENDI’s release. The tour ended dramatically back in Washington, DC, on Saturday, March 7th, the weekend that the Covid-19 lockdown began. The album spun off a non-stop run of massive single + video drops over the course of the year: “Guilty Conscience (Tame Impala Remix),” “Under the Moon,” “Nice To Have,” and “Terminal B” have collectively netted hundreds of millions of global streams.

 

Shake maintained an active, high-visibility profile during 2020, starting with the SXSW Film Festival Awards in March, where she took top honors for the “Nice To Have” video directed by Noah Lee. Shake closed the month with a performance on TheFader.com’s Digital Fort series.

April brought the “Shake The World Live” concert event on YouTube, comprising live performances of “Guilty Conscience,” “Rocketship,” and “Glitter” from her sold-out show at New York’s Webster Hall just weeks before. In May, also from Webster Hall, “Don’t Break The Silence” and “Come Around” were posted.

Over the course of that month, Webster Hall clips were posted of “Morrow,”“Stranger,” “Nice To Have,” “Microdosing,” “Honey,” and “Under the Moon.”

In August, Shake opened fans’ eyes and ears to something new and daring, as she lent her vocals to “Trumpets,” the ‘jazz-adjacent’ single by Alex da Kid aka Alexander Grant, under his new moniker _by.ALEXANDER.  On October 7th, Shake made her solo tv debut on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, sharing a new, unreleased song, “History,” along with her hit “Guilty Conscience.”