With her second album, Neverland, pegged for release next month danish superstar MØ has unveiled her latest album offcut ‘Way Down’.
Described by MØ herself as a “semi-apocalyptic song”, the track touches on feeling scared at the state of the world’s politics nowadays. “All information – both true and fake – just seems so chaotic and frightening that sometimes you want escape it for a moment and go ‘get drunk with your baby’ in the hopes of waking up reset” continues MØ.
MØ’s long-awaited second album Neverland is set for release on October 19th via Chess Club Records/RCA, and is available to pre-order now. MØ will also embark on a European tour in support for the album, kicking off in Hamburg on 9 November, culminating in a hometown show at Copenhagen’s Royal Arena. Tickets are available now from MØ’s website.
MØ // Forever Neverland Chapter 1 European Tour – Winter 2018
9 November – Grosse Freihart 36, Hamburg
13 November – TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht
15 November – Live Music Hall, Cologne
16 November – Tonhalle, Munich
17 November – Fabrique, Milan
20 November – Astra, Berlin
21 November – Klub Stodola, Warszawa
23 November – Paladium, Riga
24 November – Rock Cafe, Tallinn
28 November – Annexet, Stockholm
30 November – Pustervik, Gothenburg
1 December – Royal Arena, Copenhagen