Fletcher at Radio City Music Hall

Radio City Music Hall, New York City, New York



Fletcher at




Radio City Music Hall

She embarked on a journey of self-reflection, finding a path towards real and genuine healing. Now, she sent the world to tears with her new album "In Search of The Antidote". FLETCHER sure is one of the scene's queens of heartbreak anthems. Finding her breakthrough with her single "Undrunk" back in 2019, and causing a TikTok uproar with her 2022 single "Becky's So Hot", she's back and found what real healing means. Driven by her new hits - "Eras of Us", "Lead Me On", and "Doing Better", "In Search of the Antidote" has explored life's utter realities, an unapologetic introspection of what it means to heal. Now, she's taking the album live on stage on a global tour. FLETCHER just announced the U.S. leg of her In Search of the Antidote Tour, and part of its roster of dates include a special stop at Radio City Music Hall on Saturday, September 21. Special guests include The Beaches and Maude Latour. Don't miss out on Fletcher's live stage comeback by booking your tickets now!

Kicking off the U.S. leg of her "In Search of the Antidote Tour" this fall, FLETCHER is set to navigate songs of reflection and healing on stage. Driven by her new singles "Eras of Us", "Lead Me On", and "Doing Better", she navigates life's chaos, answers the tough questions, and finds closure amidst vulnerability. It sent us to tears, and of course, no one does post-breakup anthems like Fletcher.

"US! Adding you to the roster for 2024," she shared in a statement. "So happy to be back on the stage and traveling across the country to see your faces singing back my songs. I have dreamt my entire life of playing some of these venue."

The tour will feature support from Canadian rock band The Beaches and queer pop artist Maude Latour. Together, they're set to rock it all out and celebrate Fletcher's life-changing new album.

"Whether she’s name-dropping her ex’s girlfriend or intimately detailing past relationships, FLETCHER’s unhinged pop ethos has made her no stranger to causing an internet frenzy, and her sophomore album is set to be no exception," The Line of Best Fit shared in their review of the album.

Back in 2022, Fletcher's debut LP "Girl of My Dreams" featured her single "Becky's So Hot". The single may have caused an uproar, taking TikTok by storm, as the song was dedicated to her ex-girlfriend's new partner. Following a year of healing, physically and mentally, the artist took the time to turn her discoveries into song. Searching for the answer behind life's aches, she discovered what real healing is. We've all been hooked, inferring if "Maybe I Am" is about assumptions about her, or running into her ex at a Taylor Swift show on "Eras of Us".

In an interview with Them Magazine, she shares how a false concept surrounding healing has been going around, explaining how ‘Everything's all sunshine and rainbows’ is far from what it really is. "But it’s also about the mess of it all, ’cause the human experience is messy, and it doesn’t make sense, and it’s not a linear journey. So to be able to say that this album is the most chaotic I’ve ever been and the most healed I’ve ever been feels really true," Fletcher explained.

"Over the years, I’ve looked for the antidote in so many things: women, the road, the stage, fans, spirituality and self-reflection," she told Women In Pop. Now, she's sharing what she's found, and we're all hooked. As life's harsh realities may feel like throwing rocks at ourselves, we soon realize it'll keep us grounded, and guides us on the road of healing.

"I think what I found is that the ultimate antidote is love and all of its infinite manifestations," elaborating how she tends to point fingers in her previous releases, and now "the finger is pointing back at me". She explains how real healing begins when we start asking ourselves the important and tough questions, exploring the truth and the "core of who you are and why we’re here."

Ready to head back on the road, FLETCHER is excited to perform live and share these deeply personal songs with her fans. "Performing live and writing the songs are my two favourite parts about all of this. So I can’t wait to come and just bring this record," she told Women of Pop.

Don't miss out on the "In Search of the Antidote Tour" by booking your tickets now!

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Radio City Music Hall

1260 6th Avenue, New York City, New York, 10020, United States