Breakout singer and songwriter Mimi Webb bring us new hot single ‘Red Flags’
The high-energy track gives fans another taste of what to expect from her forthcoming debut album, Amelia, out March 3, 2023, via EPIC Records.
The video premiered today on MTV Live, MTVU, and MTV Biggest Pop. The song was writtenby Mimi Webb, Connor McDonough, Toby McDonough, Ryan Daly, Castle, Cirkut, and produced by Connor McDonough, Ryan Daly, and Cirkut.
Mimi will stop by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert this Monday, January 16 for the TV performance debut of the new single. Additionally, she continues her ascent as one of the biggest artists to watch as she garnered a nomination for Best New Artist at the 2023 BRIT Awards.
Mimi’s highly anticipated debut album, Amelia, will feature 12 tracks including her smash hit “House On Fire,” and latest single “Ghost of You.” The album is titled after her full first name, Amelia, which will give fans insight into both sides of the budding star- Amelia, the girl from the UK countryside who loves to be at home with her family, friends, and dogs; and Mimi, the pop artist who loves to be up on stage traveling the world.
Following the album’s release, she will hit the road for her 2023 headline tour, The Amelia Tour. The 31-date tour will make stops across Europe and the UK, kicking off on March 11 in Madrid, Spain at Shoko continuing with stops in Berlin, Oslo, Paris, Manchester and more before concluding on April 24 in London, UK at O2 Academy Brixton. Multiple shows have already sold-out including Dublin and all UK dates. Full tour routing below. Tickets are available now.
Mimi’s performed at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in London, numerous festivals such as Capital FM’s Summertime Ball, Isle of Wight Festival, and Montreux Jazz Festival, and on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and ELLEN. She has garnered praise from the likes of British Vogue, Rolling Stone, Harper’s BAZAAR, GRAMMY.com, and Billboard. Mimi shows no signs of slowing down as she gears up for the release of her debut album.