POPPY - Announced As Support For Nearly Sold-Out BAD OMENS European Tour, Extra Date Added In Austria

Singer, songwriter, subversive performance artist, video director, and purveyor of surrealist chaos: POPPY, whose forthcoming new album Zig is set for release on October 27th via Sumerian Records, has now been announced as direct support for Bad Omens' headline European tour in early 2024.

An extra show in Innsbruck, Austria was also added to the almost fully sold-out tour. Check out the dates on the poster below.

Just a week ago, Poppy unveiled the latest track from her upcoming record. Entitled “Motorbike,” the sensual track opens with darkwave-inspired synths and an ominous voice pondering, “I wonder why, nothing catches my eye, quite like the sight of a girl with a powerful machine between her legs.” The song is launched into a bassline-driven dark pop anthem, marrying bold industrial beats with soft vocals to create a sound that is wholeheartedly, unabashedly Poppy.

Originating from a dance background, the unique, multi-hyphenate performer’s first steps in the creative world began with performance art video vignettes. These vignettes evolved, allowing Poppy to dig deep visually and experiment sonically to create something entirely new. After initially signing to LA’s Sumerian Records, she released her album, 2020’s I Disagree, to much acclaim. Disregarding labels and genres, it tallied over 100 million streams, and the song “BLOODMONEY” earned a GRAMMY nomination for Best Metal Performance, the first ever solo female artist nominated in the category.

Poppy’s upcoming Zig is a reflection of an artist who has been in the public eye since her late teens coming into her own in her late 20’s as a woman who knows what she wants and who she is. Pairing immersive, roiling electronics with candy-coated vocals, songs on Zig bubble just under the skin. At times, the music’s cool lacquer gives way to Poppy’s own lacerating screamed lyrics, the perfect complement to dislodging the songs’ pointed pop edges.

Pre-order the album: https://sumerian.lnk.to/zig


1. Church Outfit 
2. Knockoff 
3. Hard 
4. What It Becomes 
5. Flicker 
6 1s + 0s 
7. Zig 
8. Linger 
9. The Attic 
10. Motorbike 
11. Prove It