YouTube sensation dodie announces new EP Human and UK and Ireland tour dates

The singer-songwriter scored a Top 10 album in 2017 with her self-released EP You.

YouTube sensation-turned-chart-star dodie has announced details of her new EP and a massive tour. 

The Epping-born singer-songwriter scored her Official Chart breakthrough last August, when her self-released You EP entered the albums Top 10 at Number 6. Her previous collection, Intertwined, debuted at 35. 

The follow-up - a seven-track EP called Human - will follow on January 18, shortly before she kicks off a massive European tour in February, which includes seven UK shows concluding at London's Roundhouse on March 24. Tickets go on general sale on Friday, September 28 at 10am. See the full list of dates below.

The collection's title track is described as "a song about connection, deep interest and excitement for a new relationship," on which she sings: "Paint me in trust, I’ll be your best friend. Call me the one, this night just can’t end". 

The 23 year old has first found fame online aged 16, when she began uploading music on YouTube from her bedroom. She now has over 1.7 million subscribers on the platform.  

dodie's Human EP tracklisting

1. Arms Unfolding
2. Monster
3. Not What I Meant
4. Human
5. She
6. If I'm Being Honest
7. Burned Out

dodie's European tour dates: 

10 February - De Roma, Antwerp, Belgium
11 February - Le Trabendo, Paris, France
13 February - Melkweg, Amsterdam, NL
14 February - Die Kantine, Cologne, Germany
15 February - Grünspan, Hamburg, Germany
17 February – Fryshuset, Stockholm, Sweden
18 February - Parkteatret, Oslo, Norway
19 February - Lille Vega, Copenhagen, DK
21 February - C-Club, Berlin, Germany
22 February - Klub Hybrydy, Warsaw, Poland
23 February - Vienna Arena, Austria
25 February - Ampere, Munich, Germany
26 February - Plaza, Zurich, Switzerland
27 February - Legend Club, Milan, Italy

01 March - Bikini, Barcelona, Spain
02 March - Sala Chango, Madrid, Spain
13 March - O2 Academy Bristol, UK
14 March - O2 Academy Birmingham, UK
15 March - Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow, UK
18 March - Vicar Street, Dublin, Ireland
20 March - Rock City, Nottingham, UK
21 March - Manchester Academy, UK
23 March - UEA LCR, Norwich, UK
24 March - The Roundhouse, London, UK

Article image: Kyle Jones