Ruel to support Mabel at O2 Academy Bristol 9th December 2018Posted on: 11 Oct 2018
Swedish-British R&B singer Mabel is set to embark on her biggest headline tour to date in 2018, with a schedule of ten shows spread across late November and early December. The tour includes a show at Bristol's O2 Academy on Monday 10th December.
Having fully broken into the UK musical mainstream in 2017 with her hit single 'Finders Keepers', Mabel has been tipped by many as an artist who's well on her way to international pop stardom. The track grew in popularity over the course of a few months and went on to spend five weeks in the UK Top 10 Singles Chart and earned Mabel a nomination for the BRITs Critics' Choice Award.
Support comes from London-born, Australian-based artist Ruel who has already started making undeniable waves across the globe. His first official debut came as a feature for M-Phazes’ “Golden Years” which dropped last year and firmly placed Ruel as one of the most exciting and unique male vocalists to emerge from Down Under.
Having released his debut EP ‘Ready' (which includes the lead single “Younger”), and following the announcement of his headline show at Omeara, Ruel will be joining UK trailblazer Mabel on her Winter tour.
The London-born, Australian-based artist has already started making undeniable waves across the globe, as he sets his sights on the UK. His first official debut came as a feature for M-Phazes’ “Golden Years” which dropped last year and firmly placed Ruel as one of the most exciting and unique male vocalists to emerge from Downunder. Following Ruel's hugely successful collaboration with the Grammy winning producer, the pair continued to develop an incredible chemistry in the studio.
What followed was what catapulted the young singer into instant fame in his native country and got him the attention of Australia’s Triple J Radio, a tour supporting Khalid, and even found a fan in Elton John who went on record to say that Ruel had the "most amazing voice that I've ever heard from a male singer at 14 years of age.”
Hannah recently graduated with a degree in English with Writing. She is an avid writer, freelancer and creative. She is currently writing her first full-length novel and a collection of poetry. Always out and about in Bristol's music scene, she attends music events on a weekly basis.