MAYBE SOMEDAY IT'LL ALL BE OK
World Tour 2022
*TICKETS WILL BE REFUNDED AT POINT OF PURCHASE*
“We’ve tried so hard but unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances out of mine and my team’s control in sourcing production elements and logistical needs for my upcoming US tour, I’m so sad to share that I have to cancel the upcoming US headline dates. I want to put on the best show that I can for you guys but im so sorry it’s not possible at this time. Many elements of the stage-build itself, for rehearsals and the shows, are still stuck in transit, and I’m scheduled to begin tour in less than two weeks. This breaks my heart so much. I wanted to see all of you and your faces and sing our hearts out together. but I PROMISE I will make it up to all of you who were planning to see me in America. So much love for you guys. My family. Love, CK.”
About Clinton Kane
Clinton Kane isn’t afraid to cry. He’s also not afraid to ask questions, laugh, scream, speak his mind, or push the envelope. He might ponder God in one song only to wonder what the fuck went wrong with a relationship in the next. For as wide-ranging as he may be lyrically and conceptually, he’s also a highly disciplined and self-taught singer, guitarist, pianist, drummer, and producer. As far as the story is concerned, Clinton bounced around from Perth, Australia to The UK as a kid. On a teenage sojourn to Santorini and beyond, he lived out of a backpack as he gained traction with a series of independent releases before signing to Columbia Records. In 2019, he served up the this is what it feels like EP before guesting on “Drown” by Martin Garrix in early 2020.
Building an international fan base, he generated over 1 billion-plus streams across a catalog highlighted by “Fix It To Break It,” “i don’t want to watch the world end with someone else,” and “remember the mornings.” He has also sold-out successive headline tours and incited the applause of NME, Billboard, and more in addition to landing on Forbes’ “30 Under...