Last year, former American Idol contestant Haley Reinhart found herself working on interesting collaborations. She appeared on Jeff Goldblum's debut jazz album The Capitol Studios Sessions and worked with house producers Vicetone on the song "Something Strange." This year, she's slated to unveil her fourth studio album titled Lo-Fi Soul, and fans can't wait to hear the new album. This April, the singer will make her way across the country to perform some new tunes.
Revealed yesterday, their headlining tour will make its way to The Crocodile in Seattle on April 22. Tickets will go on sale to the general public this Friday (Feb. 8) at 10 a.m. local time. You can head here for the full tour routing.
Lo-Fi Soul is the follow up to Reinhart's 2017 studio album What's That Sound?, which features the singles "Baby It's You," "For What It's Worth," and "Let's Start." More information on Lo-Fi Soul, which includes the single "Don’t Know How To Love You," will be unveiled in the near future.
Aside from music, Reinhart reprised her role of Bill Murphy in the Netflix animated series F Is For Family, which was recently renewed for season four.