Shawn Mendes Release Highly Anticipated Self-Titled Album – Details Here!
Multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Shawn Mendes released his highly anticipated self-titled third album, via Island Records. The album follows 2016’s double platinum Illuminate which spawned three Top 10 singles including the #1 hit “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back,” and 2014’s Handwritten which included the 7x platinum smash #1 single “Stitches.” Both albums debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart. NME declares Shawn Mendes: The Album “a bright and bold new direction,” while Billboard noted that the album transitions “into a more mature world of brilliant production and poignant songwriting.”
In anticipation of the album, Shawn released summer anthem “Nervous” on Wednesday, which Billboard touted as a “joyous dance party.” The track, co-written by Julia Michaels, follows previously released songs “In My Blood,” “Lost In Japan,” “Youth” featuring Khalid, and “Where Were You In the Morning?”
Just this past weekend, Shawn paid tribute to the victims of gun violence during the 2018 Billboard Music Awards with an emotional performance of “Youth,” featuring Khalid and the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Show Choir. Watch the performance here. It was Shawn’s second performance of the night, following a soaring rendition of “In My Blood” earlier in the evening (watch here). Shawn also appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and is set to perform on the Today Show Citi Concert Series on June 1st to be followed soon after by a full week-long residency on The Late Late Show with James Corden June 4-7.
Earlier this month, Shawn announced his third global headlining arena tour. “Shawn Mendes: The Tour” is set to kick off on March 7th, 2019 in Europe and will run through the summer with 56 dates spanning across North America, the UK and Europe.
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