Rufus Wainwright, whose highly-anticipated new pop album ‘UNFOLLOW THE RULES’ is out on July 10th, has today announced he will open the brand-new Royal Albert Home sessions with Royal Albert Hall. Royal Albert Home is a programme of free, nightly streamed shows, direct from artists’ living rooms and designed to keep the spirit of the venue alive while we’re closed. The season begins with Rufus Wainwright tomorrow evening, other acts confirmed to take part include Baxter Dury, Ayanna Witter-Johnson and Roddy Woomble, with more to be announced.
Singer-songwriter supreme Rufus Wainwright has announced the release of his long awaited new album, ‘Unfollow The Rules’, out on BMG Friday, April 24; pre-orders are available now HERE. Rufus will also play two intimate shows at Islington’s Assembly Hall on April 27th. The first an early show with doors at 18:00 & the second at 20:45, with a UK tour to be announced shortly.
Rufus Wainwright made waves in the industry last week when he debuted his latest single ‘Trouble in Paradise’, which Rolling Stone hailed as a “clever new pop romp”. Today, Rufus shares his music video for the track, in which he morphs into a new personality, inspired by Anna Wintour, the legendary mainstay Editor-in-Chief of Vogue.