07 Feb 2020 (TORONTO, ON) - Today, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Olivia O’Brien, who has amassed over 1 billion global artist streams and is about to kick off her much anticipated 25-city headlining It Was A Sad f**king Tour on Feb. 25, continues her innovative micromixtape series with the release of The Results Of My Poor Judgement available today via Island Records/Universal Music Canada, the country's leading music company. The Results Of My Poor Judgement follows up O'Brien’s first micromixtape release in November, titled It Was A Sad F**King Summer. It was comprised of two intensely personal tracks "Sad Songs In the Summer" and "Almost In Love," each accompanied by a visualizer that played on O'Brien’s colorful and nostalgic aesthetic.
Listen to "The Results Of My Poor Judgement" HERE
After gaining massive success with “i hate u i love u” in 2015, her 1 billion-streaming, RIAA five-time-platinum, self-composed smash collaboration with gnash, O'Brien became regarded as a rising pop star to be reckoned with. It Was A Sad F**King Summer and The Results Of My Poor Judgement serves as O'Brien's first new music since her debut album Was It Even Real? was released last spring. The LP gathered all of O'Brien’s critically acclaimed single releases, including “UDK,” “I Don’t Exist,” “Care Less More,” "Love Myself," "Just Friends" and "Just A Boy."
The upcoming It Was A Sad f**king Tour continues the positive career trajectory of one of Island’s most promising young artists, who was named one of Paper magazine’s "100 Women Revolutionizing Pop Music."
It Was A Sad F**king Tour - CANADIAN DATE:
Mar. 17 Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre
*Full tour itinerary and tickets available online HERE
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