King Princess Releases “For My Friends” Video

King Princess Releases “For My Friends" Video. The track is now available to stream, and off her new album Hold On Baby, out in 2022
King Princess Releases “For My Friends" Video

King Princess has shared “For My Friends,” accompanied by a video directed by Nick Harwood. The track is taken from her forthcoming, full-length Hold On Baby, due out in 2022. “I thought it would be extra fab to begin releasing this new record with a song about my two best friends from high school,” King Princess says. “These girls have been through the pits with me, and the more time I spend with them as an adult, the more I’m reminded that they are my home. So thank you my angel horse queens for sticking with me. I love you all and I can’t wait to give you this song.”

Along with the news, King Princess has confirmed The Hold On Baby Tour, a run of headline dates later this year with stops at the Greek Theatre and New York’s Radio City Music Hall, as well as a run of tour dates in support of Kacey Musgraves.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, King Princess is a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter whose debut single, was an ode to untold queer histories titled “1950.” Her debut album Cheap Queen was released in 2019 via Mark Ronson’s Zelig Records/Columbia Records.

2022 King Princess Tour Dates

July 5 Vancouver, BC Queen Elizabeth Theatre*
July 6 Seattle, WA Paramount*
July 8 Forest Grove, OR Grand Lodge*
July 9 Boise, ID Revolution*
July 12 Denver, CO Mission Ballroom*
July 13 Salt Lake City, UT Union Event Center*
July 15 Berkeley, CA Greek Theatre*
July 16 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre*
July 18 San Diego, CA SOMA*
July 19 Phoenix, AZ Van Buren*
July 21 Austin, TX Stubb’s Amphitheater*
July 22 Houston, TX House of Blues*
July 23 Dallas, TX House of Blues*
July 25 Kansas City, MO Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland*
July 26 St. Louis, MO The Factory at The District*
September 28 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore†
September 30 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore†
October 3 New York, NY Radio City Music Hall†
October 5 Boston, MA Roadrunner†
October 6 Portland, ME State Theatre†
October 8 Toronto, ON HISTORY†
October 9 Detroit, MI The Fillmore†
October 11 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE†
October 12 Cleveland, OH Agora Theatre†
October 14 Madison, WI The Sylvee†
October 15 St. Paul, MN Palace Theatre†

* with Dora Jar
† with St. Panther