Following the release of her widely acclaimed fourth studio album, ‘Young Heart’, – the magnificent, ethereal, and soul-restoring Birdy announces a Dublin show at 3Olympia Theatre on Tuesday 25th April 2023.
This announcement follows the release of Birdy’s UK Top 5 album ‘Young Heart’ and features singles like the rousing piano ballad ‘Second Hand News’, ‘Deepest Lonely’ and the enchanting first single ‘Surrender’.
Speaking of ‘Young Heart’, Birdy says: “I’m so proud of this album, my last record was a lot more theatrical – there was a lot going on, it was a big production. Whereas this is quite stripped back - anything that didn’t need to be there, isn’t. There’s no decoration. This album just feels very personal – I’ve grown up a lot over the past five years and have experienced new things that have shaped my understanding of the world, but also of who I am as an artist. This album means a lot to me - I want to protect it.”
Buy and Stream ‘Young Heart’ here.
Birdy, discovered at the age of just 12 years old, has amassed over 3.3 billion streams worldwide, 1 billion YouTube views, 8.7 million monthly Spotify listeners and 4.7 million album sales to date. She has achieved 21 platinum singles worldwide, been nominated for a Brit Award and achieved number 1 albums all around the world, including UK, U.S, Australia, Belgium, Netherlands and more. Her passionate fanbase exceeds 8.1 million on social media and has seen her sell out venues such as The Roundhouse London, Hammersmith Apollo (twice), Sydney Opera House, Albert Hall Manchester and Shepherd’s Bush Empire and perform at the world’s largest award ceremonies including British Academy of Film and Television Arts’ BAFTA Awards and Paralympic London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony. Her brand work has seen Birdy announced as the face of REDValentino S/S 2017 and GAP’s ‘Lived In’ campaign in the US, photographed by David Sims. A highly syncable artist, Birdy has written songs for film and TV soundtracks, including The Hunger Games (2012), Disney PIXAR’s Brave (2012), The Fault in Our Stars (2014), and The Edge of Seventeen (2016).