Alice Merton announces her debut album, Mint, for release on 18th January

There aren't many artists who have made as big a splash as Alice Merton - 158 million streams on YouTube for her debut single 'No Roots' - so news that her debut album, MINT, is dropping in just a couple of weeks fills us with excitement.

MINT features the following tracks:
  • Learn To Live
  • Kids
  • No Roots
  • Funny Business
  • Homesick
  • Lash Out
  • Speak Your Mind
  • I Don’t Hold A Grudge
  • Honeymoon Heartbreak
  • Trouble In Paradise
  • Why So Serious

To celebrate the launch of the album Alice is doing a small UK tour taking in the following dates:
  • 17-Mar - Bristol, Thekla
  • 18-Mar - Leeds, The Wardrobe
  • 19-Mar - Manchester, Manchester Academy 2
  • 22-Mar - Glasgow, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
  • 24-Mar - London, Scala

To get yourself in the mood, listen to her awesome debut below and you'll see why we're really looking forward to the album's release.

The Berlin-based, British singer songwriter Alice Merton gets ready to release her much anticipated debut album MINT, which includes the singles ’Lash Out’, ’Why So Serious’, ’Funny Business’ and the platinum selling ‘No Roots’, on 18th January 2019.

After garnering much attention with the explosive self-release of her debut single 'No Roots', Alice Merton has gone on to build a strong international fanbase, reaching 250M streams and 150M YouTube views so far, with ‘No Roots’ certified Platinum in 7 countries, reaching the Top 10 single charts in 10 countries and recently going GOLD in the US.

MINT stands as a testament to Alice’s autobiographical and heartfelt writing, with driving rhythms underpinning catchy choruses and themes of female empowerment and unavoidable insecurities of youth, and her sense of independence; illustrated by the fact that, as well writing and recording the album herself, Alice set up her own label with her manager to release the record, and has produced a series self-directed music videos as part of the campaign.

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