It has been confirmed that rising talent Henry Moodie will support Mimi Webb on her massive UK and Europe tour next year. New music is also on the way. Henry Moodie recently made an impression as The Vamps’ opener.
The singer behind the popular single “you were there for me,” whose voice has gone viral, has hinted that new music is on the horizon as his reputation as pop’s next big thing continues to grow.
This year, Moodie, a former member of The 202, released his debut single, a hazy love letter to his high school best pals through sleepless hours and overthinking. The song connected with many of the former The 202 star’s online fans, garnering over 30 million streams on Spotify alone recently.
The following track, titled “drunk text,” was verified by the celebrity on Tuesday night and can already be pre-ordered.
With his debut single and a version of Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space,” the singer warmed up fans for The Vamps in November and this month by performing at renowned venues including Glasgow’s OVO Hydro, London’s O2 Arena, and Dublin’s 3Arena.
Moodie will now embark on a tour with pop singer Mimi Webb, whose massive UK and European tour follows a meteoric 2022. Between March and April of next year, the tour will stop at 31 different locations. All of the UK dates, with the exception of one night at Plymouth Pavillions, have already sold out.
The vocalist of “You Were There For Me” will soon after play a series of headlining concerts in the UK throughout May 2023.