Ahead of her highly anticipated new album, I Disagree, and fresh off her show-stopping performance at WWE's NXT event in Orlando, Florida, transgenre conceptual artist Poppy has announced a U.S. tour for early 2020. The trek, which shares the same name as her forthcoming LP, is set to kick off January 22nd in San Francisco, loop around the country through the East Coast and then wrap in February 21st in Los Angeles. (See the full itinerary below.) Right before the launch of the tour, on January 10th, Poppy will drop I Disagree via Sumerian Records. The lead-up to the release has seen the singer offer up two heavy new songs from the album so far — "Concrete" and the title track — as well as a metal-leaning standalone collaborative single with rap-rock collective the Fever 333, May's "Scary Mask."
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