'I could get used to this'

Singer-Songwriter Becky Hill has quickly become the second most listened to British female artist on Spotify in the UK after an amazing 2019. From her hit songs 'Afterglow' with Wilkinson, 'Back & Forth' with MK and Jonas Blue, 'Wish You Well' with Sigala and her most recent 'Better Off without You', it's safe to say she has an extremely exciting future ahead of her. She first came into the music industry after becoming a semi-finalist on the first series of The Voice UK and afterwards scored a number 1 song, 'Gecko (Overdrive)' with Oliver Heldens. Not only is she known for her unique and incredible voice but she's also a praised songwriter with artists such as Jax Jones, MNEK and Little Mix enlisting her skills.

2020 spring headline tour cancelled
Due to her rising success, Becky Hill had not long ago announced a second headline tour for 2020 after her first being in such high demand and a very quick sell out! The first set of tour dates were due to take place in spring and then shortly followed by her second in autumn/winter. Becky Hill has said how she "can't wait to go back on tour, playing in some of my favourite cities of the UK & Ireland". Her second headline tour of 2020 is set to be her biggest and best yet with 15 tour dates up and down the country with the penultimate one being at the Dome in Brighton on the 1st of December. Although a lot of her second tour dates have already sold out, there are still a limited number of tickets for certain venues around the country so be sure to check them out as they are definitely going to be shows to remember! Unfortunately, due to the current outbreak of Coronavirus, it her spring tour will no longer be taking place but there are still high hopes for her later tour as well as a potential one in 2021 as she states on her official Instagram that herself and her team are "working hard to put on another tour in early 2021".

Look forward to 2021 festivals
As well as her headline tours, she was getting ready to perform at numerous festivals throughout the summer including Camp bestival, Isle of Wight festival and Sundown. It is unlikely at this point that festivals will still be taking place with some already cancelling, like Isle of Wight, however hopefully there will still be a good turn out for some and when she returns to the stage it's bound to be an amazing comeback for an artist in her prime!