After its re-release, the singer is due to go on tour, much to the delight of her fans.
10 years is something to celebrate! Ariana Grande is marking the tenth anniversary of the release of her debut album, « Yours Truly » released on August 13, 2013, with a series of festive events. The singer revealed the schedule for the week of celebrations on her social platforms. The festivities kicked off with the launch of a deluxe digital reissue of the album, accompanied by newly recorded live performances of her songs « Honeymoon Avenue »and « Daydreamin ». Incidentally, the video for « Honeymoon avenue » was unveiled this August 25, 2023, where the artist performs live from the famous London studio.
For this highly original reissue, Ariana decided to add live tracks rather than unreleased ones, with the aim of bringing a live feel to the project.
Will she be releasing a new album and going on tour?
It’s a legitimate question on the minds of all her fans. Indeed, everything suggests that Ariana Grande is currently in the studio. Given that she was there for the release of her latest reissue, we imagine that she took the opportunity to work on her next album. Also, given that she hasn’t released any new tracks and that she’s been content with live versions, we’re guessing that she has some tracks in the pipeline that she intends to use for her next album. In this context, it’s worth pointing out that each new album is usually followed by a tour to defend it on stage. And touring inevitably means a stint in Europe, particularly France. In fact, her last tour dates back to 2019, and her last appearance in France also dates back to 2019, when she performed at the‘Accord Arena de Paris.
However, for the moment no official information is available on the subject. We don’t know if Ariana Grande will actually release a new project and go on tour, but everything suggests that she should be back with a new project very soon and logically follow it up with a tour. Until then, let’s be patient and keep our fingers crossed that this is the case.