RØRY Announces New ‘Family Drama’ EP And UK Headline Tour

Alt-pop artist RØRY has shared details of her forthcoming EP and announced her headline UK tour.


‘Family Drama’ is set for release on October 06 and will feature the likes of singles ‘Alternative’ and recently released ‘The Apology I’ll Never Receive’

Describing the eight-track project, which is available to pre-order now, RØRY has said:

There is a proverb that says “the child who is not embraced by the village, will burn it down to feel its warmth”. That sums up this EP. 

“It’s my messy attempt at making sense of a broken home, of addicted adults, of zero accountability, and of always being the one that is blamed.”

As well as news of a brand-new EP, the artist has also announced her headline UK tour, set to take place throughout February and March 2024.

The tour will kick-off at Bristol’s Thekla venue in February next year, before dates across the UK, including in Birmingham, Manchester and London. 

Reflecting on the tour, RØRY has said: 

Being the “problem child” leads to a sense of real loneliness… It often feels there is no one else that understands what we are going through, and to a deep sense of personal shame. 

“Secrecy and silence are the markers of dysfunctional families. To be able to meet together and scream songs about what we have gone through is incredibly healing! 

“When your own family isn’t a safe place, there is an urgent need to find a community that is. I hope that’s what these shows can be.” 

See the full ‘Family Drama’ tracklisting, album artwork and those tour dates in full below – and visit the artist’s site to buy tickets.

Family Drama EP Tracklisting:

an introduction LOVE>BLOOD




hurt myself



the apology i’ll never receive

Headline UK 2024 Tour:

26th February 2024 – Bristol – Thekla

27th February 2024 – Cardiff – The Globe

29th February 2024 – London – Electric Ballroom

2nd March 2024 – Norwich – Waterfront

4th March 2024 – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms

5th March 2024 – Manchester – Academy 2

7th March 2024 – Glasgow – St. Luke’s

8th March 2024 – Newcastle – Northumbria Uni (Reds)

10th March 2024 – Birmingham – XOYO

11th March 2024 – Brighton – Concorde 2

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