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Last fall, Låpsley treated eager fans waiting for new music to a double single release which featured “Burn” and “Hurt Me.” Since then, however, she has been rather quiet, but for good reason. Today, Låpsley announces her forthcoming debut album Long Way Home will be released on March 4 via XL Recordings.

Låpsley follows up the good news by sharing her new single “Love Is Blind.” The 19-year-old digs deep into subjects of relationships and maturing as she continues the journey her career has taken her on. For the album’s first single, Låpsley takes a leap of faith and trusts her heart to lead her in the right direction.

Listen to “Love Is Blind” below.


To complete the string of news, Låpsley also shared dates for her upcoming European and North American tour. View the dates below.

March 5 — Academy 2, Manchester, UK
March 6 — Trinity, Bristol, UK
March 9 — Institute 3, Birmingham, UK
March 10 — The Haunt, Brighton, UK
March 21 — Gebäude 9, Cologne, Germany
March 22 — PBHF Club, Berlin, Germany
March 24 — Nochtspeicher, Hambury, Germany
March 28 — Bitterzoet, Amsterdam, Holland
March 29 — La Boule Noire, Paris, France
March 30 — Heaven, London, UK

April 15 — Coachella Festival, Indio, CA, USA
April 20 — The Independent, San Francisco, CA, USA
April 21 — El Rey, Los Angeles, CA, USA
April 22 — Coachella Festival, Indio, CA, USA
April 25 — Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, OR, USA
April 26 — Fortune Sound Club, Vancouver, Canada
April 27 — Chop Suey, Seattle, WA, USA
April 30 — 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, MN, USA

May 1 — Lincoln Hall, Chicago, IL, USA
May 3 — Mod Club, Toronto, Canada
May 4 — Fairmount Theatre, Montreal, Canada
May 5 — The Sinclair, Cambridge MA, USA
May 8 — World Café Live, Philadelphia, PA, USA
May 9 — U Street Music Hall, Washington, DC, USA
May 11 — Music Hall of Williamsburg, New York, NY, USA