Tate McRae releases new song “Feel Like Shit” + tour dates

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Known best for her song “You Broke Me First” and her recent collaborations with Blackbear (“U Love U“) and Khalid (“Working“), Tate McRae has released her newest single, “Feel Like Shit,” the first single from her upcoming debut album, which is scheduled for release in 2022.

The video, directed by Sam Sulam, is McRae’s most choreographed video to date performing alongside Mason Cutler. The continuous choreographed video shows the insides of a very personal relationship to her – the back and forth, the ups and downs. The track gives listeners a true insight to her powerhouse voice simply put over a subtle beat and instrumental.

“i wrote this song about a very personal experience and then michelle dawley and i brought it to life in this music video. i can’t explain how excited i am for you all to see this video and experience the ups and downs of a relationship in 3 minutes. love you guys. GO STREAM everywhere,” shared McRae on her YouTube channel.

Watch the video for “Feel Like Shit” below:

McRae is scheduled to perform at 10 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball‘s across the United states before heading to the UK in early January and heading back out to the states in March for her North American Headlining Tour. In September 2022, McRae will support Shawn Mendes on his American Leg of ‘Wonder: The World Tour’.

Upcoming Tour Dates:
Nov 30 // iHeartRadio Jingle Ball // Fort Worth, United States
Dec 3 // iHeartRadio Jingle Ball // Los Angeles, United States
Dec 4 // SAP Center At San Jose // San Jose, United States
Dec 6 // iHeartRadio Jingle Ball // St Paul, United States
Dec 7 // iHeartRadio Jingle Ball // Rosemont, United States
Dec 10 // iHeartRadio Jingle Ball // New York, United States
Dec 12 // iHeartRadio Jingle Ball // Boston, United States
Dec 13 // iHeartRadio Jingle Ball // Philadelphia, United States
Dec 14 // iHeartRadio Jingle Ball // Washington, United States
Dec 16 // iHeartRadio Jingle Ball // Atlanta, United States
Dec 19 // iHeartRadio Jingle Ball // Sunrise, United States
Jan 16 // O2 Ritz // Manchester, United Kingdom
Jan 17 // Olympia Theatre // Dublin, Ireland
Jan 18 // SWG3 // Glasgow, United Kingdom
Jan 20 // O2 Forum Kentish Town // London, United Kingdom
Jan 22 // O2 Institute // Birmingham, United Kingdom

Tate McRae Tour:
Mar 8 // Vogue Theatre // Vancouver, Canada
Mar 10 // The Showbox // Seattle, United States
Mar 11 // Wonder Ballroom // Portland, United States
Mar 13 // The Fillmore // San Francisco, United States
Mar 14 // Fonda Theatre // Los Angeles, United States
Mar 15 // Fonda Theatre // Los Angeles, United States
Mar 17 // Observatory // Santa Ana, United States
Mar 18 // Crescent Ballroom // Phoenix, United States
Mar 21 // Scoot Inn // Austin, United States
Mar 22 // House of Blues Houston // Houston, United States
Mar 23 // The Echo Lounge & Music // Dallas, United States
Mar 25 // Terminal West // Atlanta, United States
Mar 27 // 9:30 Club // Washington, United States
Mar 28 // Theatre of Living Arts // Philadelphia, United States
Mar 30 // Irving Plaza // New York, United States
Mar 31 // Irving Plaza // New York, United States
Apr 1 // Royale // Boston, United States
Apr 3 // Théâtre Corona // Montréal, Canada
Apr 4 // The Danforth Music Hall // Toronto, Canada
Apr 5 // Saint Andrews Hall // Detroit, United States
Apr 7 // The Basement East // Nashville, United States
Apr 8 // The Basement East // Nashville, United States
Apr 9 // House of Blues Chicago // Chicago, United States
Apr 11 // First Avenue // Minneapolis, United States
Apr 14 // Gothic Theatre // Englewood, United States
Apr 16 // The Complex // Salt Lake City, United States
Apr 30 // Sentrum Scene // Oslo, Norway
May 1 // Debaser Hornstulls Strand // Stockholm, Sweden
May 3 // Pumpehuset // Copenhagen, Denmark
May 4 // Uebel & Gefährlich // Hamburg, Germany
May 5 // Carlswerk Victoria // Köln, Germany
May 7 // Zoom Frankfurt // Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
May 8 // Freiheiz // Munich, Germany
May 9 // Santeria Toscana 31 // Milano, Italy
May 11 // Simm City // Vienna, Austria
May 12 // ROXY Prague // Prague, Czech Republic
May 14 // Proxima // Warsaw, Poland
May 15 // Hole44 // Berlin, Germany
May 17 // Melkweg // Amsterdam, Netherlands
May 18 // Muziekcentrum Trix // Antwerpen, Belgium
May 19 // Petit Bain // Paris, France

Shawn Mendes ‘Wonder: The World Tour’ Support:
Sep 7 // Gila River Arena // Glendale, United States
Sep 9 // Staples Center // Los Angeles, United States
Sep 15 // T-Mobile Arena // Las Vegas, United States
Sep 17 // Oakland Arena // Oakland, United States
Sep 21 // Vivint Smart Home Arena // Salt Lake City, United States
Sep 24 // Ball Arena // Denver, United States
Sep 26 // T-Mobile Center // Kansas City, United States
Sep 27 // Chesapeake Energy Arena // Oklahoma City, United States
Oct 1 // American Airlines Center // Dallas, United States
Oct 3 // Moody Center // Austin, United States
Oct 4 // Toyota Center // Houston, United States
Oct 8 // FTX Arena // Miami, United States
Oct 11 // Amalie Arena // Tampa, United States
Oct 12 // Amway Center // Orlando, United States
Oct 14 // State Farm Arena // Atlanta, United States
Oct 19 // Bridgestone Arena // Nashville, United States
Oct 22 // Little Caesars Arena // Detroit, United States
Oct 24 // Bankers Life Fieldhouse // Indianapolis, United States
Oct 26 // Prudential Center // Newark, United States

Keep up with Tate McRae:
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