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“Prophet” single art; King Princess by Vince Aung
“Catchy, romantic pop confections are quickly becoming
the 20-year-old singer-songwriter’s specialty” —New York Times
“King Princess seems poised to become music royalty”—W Magazine
“A new breed of queer pop icon: King Princess” —Rolling Stone
Rising pop star King Princess’ highly anticipated debut album, Cheap Queen, is due this fall onZelig/Columbia Records. Today, the multi-instrumentalist and singer premieres a new song “Prophet” taken from the forthcoming album—listen here.
Previously released album tracks include the critically acclaimed “Cheap Queen” and the interlude “Useless Phrases.” NPR praises, “For King Princess, a 20-year-old who’s currently blooming into a queer icon, ‘Cheap Queen’ has it all.”
King Princess also confirms today a North American headline tour this fall that includes stops at New York’s Terminal 5, DC’s 9:30 Club, Los Angeles’ The Wiltern and many more. See below for the full list of dates. This year has already seen King Princess grace festival stages at Coachella,Governors BallGlastonbury and more.
Cheap Queen follows a breakout 2018 for King Princess. Her debut single, an ode to untold queer histories titled “1950,” became an overnight smash hit with over 250 million streams to date, while her debut EP, Make My Bed, was released to widespread critical acclaim. Since the release, King Princess has gone to collaborate with Fiona Apple for the reimagining of “I Know” earlier this year and share the critically acclaimed “Pussy Is God” which has streamed over 17 million times to date.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, King Princess is a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. The product of a musical family, she spent much of her childhood tinkering on the vintage Neve board in her father’s Brooklyn studio, learning guitar and piano along the way. King Princess’ debut album is set to for release this year.

September 20                                    Life is Beautiful Festival                                 Las Vegas, NV
October 4                                        Austin City Limits Festival                                      Austin, TX
October 5                                                  House of Blues                                                Dallas, TX
October 8                                            White Oak Music Hall                                       Houston, TX
October 9                                                        Stubb’s                                                      Austin, TX
October 11                                      Austin City Limits Festival                                      Austin, TX
October 28                                               Rebel Complex                                             Toronto, ON
October 30                                                House of Blues                                              Boston, MA
November 2                                                 Terminal 5                                            New York, NY
November 4                                               The Fillmore                                        Philadelphia, PA
November 6                                                  9:30 Club                                           Washington, DC
November 7                                                  9:30 Club                                           Washington, DC
November 9                                             The Orange Peel                                          Asheville, NC
November 10                                               Tabernacle                                                 Atlanta, GA
November 12                                            The Plaza Live                                              Orlando, FL
November 13                                               Revolution                                     Fort Lauderdale, FL
November 16                                            Corona Capital                                     Mexico City, MX
January 16                                         Queen Elizabeth Theatre                                 Vancouver, BC
January 18                                                Showbox SoDo                                              Seattle, WA
January 19                                               Roseland Theater                                           Portland, OR
January 21                                                   Fox Theater                                               Oakland, CA
January 24                                                   The Wiltern                                         Los Angeles, CA
January 28                                      The Observatory North Park                               San Diego, CA
January 29                                                The Van Buren                                             Phoenix, AZ
January 31                                         The Union Event Center                            Salt Lake City, UT
February 2                                                 Ogden Theatre                                               Denver, OR
February 4                                                 Palace Theatre                                         Saint Paul, MN
February 8                                                     Stage AE                                               Pittsburgh, PA
February 10                                          Newport Music Hall                                     Columbus, OH
February 11                                        Marathon Music Works                                    Nashville, TN
February 13                                                 The Pageant                                         Saint Louis, MO
February 14                                                 The Truman                                        Kansas City, MO

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