An Edinburgh singer-songwriter is set to support The 1975 on their UK and Ireland tour.
Bonnie Kemplay confirmed the news via Twitter on Friday to coincide with the release of her debut EP.
The singer-songwriter’s EP “running out of things to say, running out of things to do” was released on Friday and is described as a collection of songs she wrote between the age of 17 and 20.
Discussing her debut EP Kemplay said: “The music is a mix of guitar centred acoustic songs and dynamic band arrangements. I wrote about my relationships with people and with myself through stories and journalistic introspection.”
Kemplay previously covered The 1975’s 2020 hit ‘If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know)’ in the BBC Radio 1 Introducing Live Lounge.
The 1975 are set to tour across the UK in January 2023 following the release of the new album ‘Being Funny in a Foreign Language’ last month.
Their show at Glasgow’s Hydro on January 19 has sold out.