Maisie Peters new album “The Good Witch” Out Now

Ahead of her debut performance on Glastonbury’s iconic Pyramid Stage, Maisie Peters has released her hotly anticipated new album, ‘The Good Witch’.

Featuring singles ‘Body Better’, ‘Lost The Breakup’ and ‘Run’, Maisie’s second studio album, ‘The Good Witch’, is the official follow-up to her No. 2 BRIT Breakthrough certified debut, ‘You Signed Up For This’, and in many ways the older, wiser and scorned counterpart. Written in real time during her whirlwind 2022 touring schedule, ‘The Good Witch’ served as a time capsule for Maisie, enabling her to chronicle a period of time in which she was searching for balance between career highs and personal lows. Where ‘You Signed Up For This’ was an observational, coming-of-age record, ‘The Good Witch’ finds Maisie at her most introspective and self-reflective, drawing inspiration from the works of Joan Didion, J. M. Barrie, Greek mythology and Western movies; the record explores the complexities of romantic breakups, the preciousness of friendship and true value of self-worth.

Exhibiting a newfound confidence, sharper storytelling and greater artistic ambition, Maisie created ‘The Good Witch’ across London, Suffolk, Stockholm, Bergen and LA, alongside Oscar Görres (Taylor Swift, Troye Sivan), Two Inch Punch (Sam Smith, Jessie Ware), Matias Tellez (girl in red), Brad Ellis (Jorja Smith, Little Mix), Joe Rubel (Ed Sheeran, Tom Grennan) and Elvira Anderfjärd (Tove Lo, Katy Perry).

Maisie explains: “This is my heart and soul, my blood on the page, the collection of stories that I’ve managed to capture in the past year. A true chronicle of my life in recent history, it is my own twisted version of a breakup album and it all draws upon the same couple of months’ worth of experiences and inspirations. It ducks and weaves between the real and surreal, and centres my own universe, of which I am of course the keeper of the keys and the holder of the cards – the good witch, if you will. It goes from light to dark in the flip of a switch and I hope takes you on a journey whereby the end you feel like you’ve gotten lost in someone else’s planet for a bit.”

Maisie’s landmark year will conclude with a six-date run of nationwide gigs preceding her sold-out headline OVO Arena Wembley show on Friday 3rd November. Beginning on Tuesday 17th October at Glasgow’s O2 Academy, the ‘Road To Wembley’ shows will also visit Leeds, Manchester, Dublin, Birmingham and Bristol (see full itinerary below). Visit for tickets and further details.

1.The Good Witch
2.Coming Of Age
4.Body Better
5.Want You Back
6.The Band And I
7.You’re Just A Boy (And I’m Kinda The Man)
8.Lost The Breakup
11.Two Weeks Ago
14.There It Goes
15.History Of Man

30 Jun Lollapalooza Stockholm, Sweden
06 Jul Montreux Jazz Lab Montreux, Switzerland
08 Jul TRNSMT Festival Glasgow, UK
21 Jul Lollapalooza Paris, France
22 Jul Truck Festival,Hill Farm Oxfordshire, UK
28 Jul Y Not Festival,Green View Farm Derbyshire, UK
06 Aug Lollapalooza Chicago
07 Aug First Avenue Minneapolis, MN
09 Aug The Bluestone Columbus, OH
11 Aug Radio City Music Hall New York, NY
13 Aug Saint Andrew’s Hall Detroit, MI
14 Aug History Toronto, ON
15 Aug MTELUS Montréal, QC
19 Aug Maishima Sonic Park Osaka, Japan
20 Aug Zozo Marine Stadium & Makuhari Messe Tokyo, Japan
24 Aug Roseland Theater Portland, OR
26 Aug Lumen Field Seattle, WA, US*
28 Aug Showbox Seattle, WA
30 Aug Union Hall Edmonton, AB
31 Aug Palace Theatre Calgary, AB
02 Sep BC Place Stadium Vancouver, BC, Canada*
03 Sep Vogue Theatre Vancouver, BC
05 Sep The Grand at The Complex Salt Lake City, UT
07 Sep Ogden Theater Englewood, CO
09 Sep Allegiant Stadium Las Vegas, NV, US*
10 Sep House of Blues – San Diego San Diego, CA
12 Sep House of Blues – Las Vegas Las Vegas, NV
16 Sep Levi’s® Stadium Santa Clara, CA, US*
18 Sep The Observatory OC Santa Ana, CA
20 Sep Ace of Spades Sacramento, CA
21 Sep Fox Theater Oakland, CA
23 Sep SoFi Stadium Inglewood, CA, US*
28 Sep The Van Buren Phoenix, AZ
30 Sep Hollywood Palladium Hollywood, CA
03 Oct HOB Dallas Dallas, TX
04 Oct Emo’s Austin, TX
05 Oct House of Blues – Houston Houston, TX
07 Oct Variety Playhouse Atlanta, GA
09 Oct 9:30 Club Washington, DC
10 Oct Fillmore Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA
11 Oct Roadrunner Boston, MA
17 Oct O2 Academy Glasgow, UK
19 Oct O2 Academy Leeds, UK
21 Oct Manchester O2 Apollo Manchester, UK
25 Oct 3Olympia Dublin, Ireland
26 Oct 3Olympia Dublin, Ireland
29 Oct O2 Academy 1 Birmingham, UK
1 Nov O2 Academy Bristol, UK
3 Nov OVO Arena Wembley London, UK

22 Feb Columbiahalle Berlin, Germany
23 Feb Tonhalle Munich, Germany
24 Feb Zoom Frankfurt, Germany
26 Feb Paradiso Amsterdam, Netherlands
27 Feb Tivolivredenburgh Utecht, Netherlands
28 Feb Palladium Cologne, Germany
19 Mar The Fortitude Music Hall Brisbane, QLD
21 Mar Hordern pavilion Sydney, NSW
23 Mar Margaret Court Arena Melbourne, VIC

*Ed Sheeran tour support

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