Bellah Mae has announced her debut headline tour, taking in four cities including Manchester.  Bellah Mae will headline a Manchester gig at the Deaf Institute in October.

The singer and songwriter has recently performed sets at British Summer Time in Hyde Park and The Great Escape Festival and has further slots lined up for Readings and Leeds Festivals as well as Brighton Pride.

News of the tour follows the recent release of latest single On Purpose (For My Future Daughter).  The track shows a more vulnerable side of Bellah Mae, lamenting being intentionally hurt by someone you love and trust.  In recording the track, Bellah Mae wanted to put together a cathartic ‘heartbreack anthem’ for people to sing together going so far as to invite a small group of fans in to the studio to sing backing vocals.

Speaking about the track, Bellah Mae explained, “The only thing worse than being hurt by somebody you love, is when they knew what they were doing and did it on purpose. I want people to hear this song and know that I feel what they feel as do so many others, and for them to know they’re going to be ok. Sometimes it’s hard to prioritise what’s best for yourself when you’ve been in an unhealthy environment, so I try to imagine what would be best for little me or for my future daughter. She deserves love and happiness, and this song reminds me to put myself first for her.”

When does Bellah Mae headline at Manchester’s Deaf Institute?

Bellah Mae headlines at the Deaf Institute on 17 October 2023.  The Manchester gig is one of four dates she is headlining:
16 October   –   Glasgow, SWG3
17 October   –   Manchester, Deaf Institute
18 October   –   Birmingham, O2 Institute 3
23 October   –   London, Omeara

image of Bellah Mae courtesy Chuffmedia