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Lily Allen

When:

Mon Feb 2 2015, 8:00pm

Where: The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, #04-01, Buona Vista, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Standard: $168.00
  • Standard: $148.00
  • Standard: $138.00
  • Standard: $128.00
  • Box A & C: $168.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Since emerging in 2006 with her iconic debut single "Smile," Lily Allen has gone on to sell over five million albums worldwide. Her huge success in the U.K. not only quickly spread around the world but also helped shift the musical axis toward young female artists. Her talent as a songwriter was acknowledged in 2010 when she won three Ivor Novello Awards. In 2013 she returned to the studio, having spent the previous three years raising her young family and establishing her own record label. At the end of 2013, she released two songs simultaneously — her cover of Keane's "Somewhere Only We Know," which reached No. 1 in the U.K. and the download-only track "Hard Out Here," which charted in the British Top 10 that same week. She has been making waves with "Hard Out Here," which Entertainment Weekly called "a booming critique of pop's double standard" and "a lot of fun."

Lily Allen's third studio album, Sheezus is the British pop singer's first album since 2009's acclaimed It's Not Me, It's You. Sheezus finds her re-teaming with her long-time collaborator Greg Kurstin (Tegan & Sara, P!nk), except for on the title track, which was produced by DJ Dahi, and "Air Balloon," which was produced by Shellback. The album debuted at the top of the UK Albums chart, making it her second consecutive #1 album.

Critics have already weighed in on Lily Allen's return with Cosmopolitan announcing that "Britain's top pop provocateur is back and as unapologetic as ever." U.K. music bible Q declares her "Britain's smartest pop star" and notes that Sheezus is a blend of "punchy feminist statements, wistful party jams, NSFW love letters to her husband, two-finger salutes to her critics, and moments of startling vulnerability." In its four-star review, The Times calls it "The Mother of all Comebacks." Elle.com calls her "the pop world's Greek chorus, an important voice reporting from the front lines." New York magazine says: "It's Lily Allen, so we are ALWAYS paying attention."

This year, Lily Allen made her triumphant return to the Glastonbury Festival in June. This was her first Glastonbury appearance since 2009 and BBC applauded her saying "she is back to her best, never afraid to raise her voice with refreshing honestly and butt-kicking authority." She also played V Festival in August, "she undeniably knows how to work a crowd," according to The Telegraph. 2014 has been a busy year for the singer, who has been touring extensively, putting on amazing live performances for her fans.