The infamous London-based label Dirty Hit, (home to The 1975, Wolf Alice and Pale Waves), have announced their second UK tour, showcasing some of the label’s brightest and upcoming talents.

Beabadoobee, No Rome and Oscar Lang will tour together for twenty dates across the UK. Kicking off in Cambridge on 26 November.

Phillipines born, Beabadoobee has built a strong fanbase with her confessional bedroom pop tunes including debut track ‘Coffee’. At just 19-years-old she has not only won over a gen-z following but also tapped into fans of similar artists across the pond such as Snail Mail and Clairo, the latter of which she recently toured with.

No Rome is perhaps best known for supporting and being all-round-best-buds with The 1975 but the 22-year-old Fillipino artist has gone from strength-to-strength since signing with Dirty Hit. From the infectious melodies found on his debut EP RIP Indo Hisashi to recent releases like ‘Talk Nice’ full of jangly pop production combined with a raw guitar sound.

18-year-old Oscar Lang recently released the self-produced EP through Dirty Hit aptly titled bops etc. Lang has already worked with fellow label mate Beabadoobee on cult single, ‘The Moon Song’ and is slowly building their own reputation as a pristine producer and a new breed of lyricist.

The full tour can be found below and you can find tickets to a show near you at


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