The opening acts for Coldplay's upcoming concerts in Singapore have been revealed.
Ahead of their six-night residency in the Lion City as part of their ongoing Music of the Spheres world tour next January, the British rock band have announced that Singaporean artists Jasmine Sokko and RRILEY will be supporting them at the Singapore National Stadium.
💫 Asia 2024 support acts announced— Coldplay (@coldplay) December 7, 2023
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The voice behind tracks such as 'TIRED', 'HURT', and 'F5', Jasmine went into the history books as the first Singaporean to win the MTV Europe Music Award (EMA) for Best Southeast Asian Act back in 2019. In the same year, the singer-songwriter and electronic music producer also secured a top-four finish in the Chinese electronic music reality show Rave Now.
Just this month, she released a new single titled 'Cyber Ritual'.
Also known as Sandra Riley Tang, RRILEY is a familiar face from the local pop scene. Following her run with The Sam Willows, the singer-songwriter has built up an impressive solo catalogue, which currently comprises tunes such as 'Burn', 'Love Me Like A', and 'Fire'. She has also graced the stages of festivals such as the HyperDrive Cities 2022 Festival and the TRIFECTA Music Festival 2023.
Set to be held on 23, 24, 26, 27, 30, and 31 January 2024, the Singapore leg of Coldplay's Music of the Spheres world tour will also feature Indonesian act Jinan Laetitia as one of its opening performers.
Listen to Jasmine Sokko's 'Cyber Ritual' here:
Watch the music video for RRILEY's 'growing pains' here: