Ingrid Michaelson Hell No Tour With Special Guest Ajr

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We welcome back Ingrid Michaelson on her “Hell No Tour” in support of her sixth studio album, It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense, which will be available for iTunes pre-order this Friday and released on August 26 via her own Cabin 24 Records/RED. Earlier this month the pop star kicked off the release of her defiant new single --which after several weeks as a most-added track, sits just outside Top 20 at Hot AC radio chart. Not one to take herself too seriously, Michaelson gets playful in the music video for the empowering new single. Using Snapchat’s Lens feature over the course of one month, the pop star created a unique music video produced entirely with the wildly popular communication and entertainment app. The video is already over 750,000 YouTube views. It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense follows the success of Michaelson’s 2014 album Lights Out and its platinum hit single, “Girls Chase Boys,” which spent 20 weeks on Billboard’s Top 100 and became the first Top 40 radio hit of her career.“Hell No” serves as a joyful gateway to the powerfully honest time capsule It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense. Over the past two years, Michaelson has grappled with not only the personal and familial sickness chronicled in her previous album, 2014’s Light’s Out, but also the passing of her mother and other personal losses. In the past few years, Michaelson has vaulted from overachieving indie-pop sweetheart to a bona-fide pop star. Her music taps into universal themes like self-doubt, betrayal, and of course love, but her spirit is fiercely indie; all of Ingrid's music is released on the label she founded, Cabin 24 Records which has sold over one million albums and over 8 million singles to date. Her fifth studio album, Lights Out, was her highest charting debut yet, bowing at No. 4 upon its release and building on the successful debuts of her two previous records, Human Again (No. 5), in 2012 and Everybody (No. 18), released in 2009. Ingrid is currently working on writing and producing her own sitcom and writing songs for film. She will be making her film debut in the upcoming “Humor Me,” Sam Hoffman's directorial debut, alongside Elliott Gould, Jemaine Clement, Bebe Neuwirth, Erich Bergen and Annie Potts. With special guest AJR. On sale June 24 10am.
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