Sabrina Carpenter releases deluxe album, emails i can’t send fwd:

Debut UK/EU headline tour begins in June
Watch the video for latest single, ‘Nonsense’, now

Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter and actress Sabrina Carpenter releases emails i can’t send fwd:, an extended version of her 2022 studio record emails i can’t send. The album is out everywhere now via Polydor Records. 

Consisting of four previously unreleased songs, emails i can’t send fwd: builds upon Sabrina’s must raw and vulnerable songwriting yet. ‘opposite’ follows Sabrina reckoning with complex emotions after seeing her ex-lover’s new partner, while ‘Things I Wish You Said’ displays the ruminating thoughts of what could have been done differently in an old relationship and coming to terms that it’s over. ‘Lonesome’ is an acoustic ballad tinged with Western elements and clever lyricism, while the upbeat, catchy hook of ‘Feather’ adds some lightheartedness. See full track listing below.

IMPRINTent, IMPRINT Entertainment, Sabrina Carpenter, Singer, Songwriter, Tour, Concerts, New Music Releases, Entertainment News, Polydor Records, London, Los Angeles, Pop Singer, Pop Music, Pop Artist

emails i can’t send fwd: Tracklist

1. ‘emails i can’t send’
2. ‘Vicious’
3. ‘Read your Mind’
4. ‘Tornado Warnings’
5. ‘because i liked a boy’
6. ‘Already Over’
7. ‘how many things’
8. ‘bet u wanna’
9. ‘Nonsense’
10. ‘Fast Times’
11. ‘skinny dipping’
12. ‘Bad for Business’
13. ‘Decode’ 
14. ‘opposite’
15. ‘Feather’
16. ‘Lonesome’
17. ‘things i wish you said’

In addition to releasing her deluxe album, Sabrina kicked off the second leg of her emails i can’t send Tour earlier this week. A huge run of dates is now confirmed for the months ahead, including legendary venues such as Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre, two nights at New York’s iconic Terminal 5, and Carpenter’s first ever UK and European dates – including a landmark London show at Eventim Apollo on June 19th, and festivals such as Isle of Wight. See full routing thus far below.

IMPRINTent, IMPRINT Entertainment, Sabrina Carpenter, Singer, Songwriter, Tour, Concerts, New Music Releases, Entertainment News, Polydor Records, London, Los Angeles, Pop Singer, Pop Music, Pop Artist

This comes hot on the heels of Sabrina Carpenter’s breakthrough hit ‘Nonsense’, which has amassed over 100 million streams to date, become Sabrina’s first record playlisted at BBC Radio 1 (where she graced the Live Lounge on a recent trip to London, covering Harry Styles’ ‘Last Night Talking’) and emerged a viral highlight of recent album, emails i can’t send. A Critics’ Choice album of 2022 by the likes of Rolling Stone and Billboard, the record chronicles the pop polymath’s transformations through ultra-personal songwriting as well as passionate, palpable, and powerful performances.

The last few months have seen Sabrina Carpenter enter a new level of superstardom: a singer, songwriter, actress, designer, producer and style icon, who has enchanted millions (over 28 million Instagram followers, and 13M on TikTok) in singular fashion. Aged just 23, the Pennsylvania-born artist has generated similar mega-fandom via her work in television and film. She bagged her first leading role in 2019’s film festival hit ‘The Short History of The Long Road’, before starring and exec producing in Netflix’s number 1 smash, ‘Work It’. Having made her Broadway debut starring in the iconic ‘Mean Girls’, Carpenter has already graced Forbes’ prestigious “30 Under 30” list, launched her own fragrance (‘Sweet Tooth’) and signed with Island / Polydor Records for latest album, emails i can’t send. Showcasing Sabrina Carpenter at her most raw and real, emails i can’t send: fwd adds a new chapter to the story of one of the most exciting voices in pop right now.


3/16 Ft Lauderdale, FL – Hard Rock Live Seminole
3/20 New Orleans, LA – Orpheum Theater
3/22 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
3/24 Dallas, TX – The Factory in Deep Ellum
3/25 San Antonio, TX – The Espee
3/26 Austin, TX – ACL Live at The Moody Theater
3/28 Tulsa, OK – Tulsa Theater
3/30 Denver, CO – The Mission Ballroom
4/1 Salt Lake City, UT – The Union
4/2 Garden City, ID – Revolution Concert House
4/5 Calgary, AB – Grey Eagle Event Centre
4/6 Edmonton, AB – Union Hall
4/8 Vancouver, BC – PNE Forum
4/10 Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
4/11 Seattle, WA – Showbox Sodo
4/15 San Francisco, CA – The Warfield
4/16 Sacramento, CA – Hard Rock Live Sacramento
4/19 San Diego, CA – Humphrey’s Concerts By The Bay
4/20 Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theater
4/22 Las Vegas, NV – Virgin Hotels Las Vegas
4/23 Mesa, AZ – Mesa Amphitheater
4/26 Kansas City, MO – Midland Theater
4/27 Minneapolis, MN – The Fillmore
4/28 Madison, WI – The Sylvee
4/30 Chesterfield, MO – The Factory
5/1 Indianapolis, IN – Old National Centre
5/2 Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium
5/5 Toronto, ON – Queen Elizabeth Theater
5/6 Detroit, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre
5/7 Cleveland, OH – Agora Ballroom
5/9 Boston, MA – Roadrunner
5/11 New York, NY – Terminal 5
5/13 Philadelphia, PA – Franklin Music Hall
5/14 Washington, DC – The Anthem
5/16 Raleigh, NC – The Ritz
5/17 Atlanta, GA – The Eastern
5/20 Gulf Shores, AL – Hangout Festival
5/27 Rio – Mita Festival
6/3 São Paolo – Mita Festival
6/11 Dubin – 3Olympia
6/13 Glasgow – SWG3 Galvanizers
6/14 Manchester – O2 Ritz
6/17 Birmingham -O2 Institute
6/18 Isle of Wight – Isle of Wight Festival
6/19 London – Eventim Apollo
6/21 Paris – Élysée Montmartre
6/23 Brussels – La Madeleine
6/24 Cologne – Live Music Hall
6/25 Amsterdam – Melkweg Max
6/27 Berlin – Astra Kulturhaus
6/29 Stockholm – Lollapalooza
7/21 Sepang – Good Vibes Festival
7/22 Jakarta – We The Fest
7/29 Bangkok – VERY Festival