Tate McRae Announces New Album ‘Think Later’ and 2024 World Tour: ‘I Can’t Believe This is Happening’

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On her “Promiscuous”-coded single “Greedy,” Tate McRae warns potential suitors about letting her attention go to their head — but she never said that she couldn’t be over-indulgent herself. The Canadian pop musician will keep her hot streak going with Think Later, her sophomore album set for release on Dec. 8, just weeks after she’s scheduled to make her Saturday Night Live debut.

“This album means sooo much to me and I can’t believe it’s so close to coming out. Writing this whole thing was one of the most stressful, exciting, nerve racking, and fun things I’ve ever gone through,” McRae wrote on Instagram. “For the first time in my life I lived this year a little less with my head and a little more with my intuition – and I rlly hope u guys can feel that through the music. Through the biggest highs of my life to the lowest of lows – I feel so happy that it is now gonna be yours <3 here’s to 20 years old and figuring [out] who the fuck i am haha.”

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Think Later, according to a press release, will explore “the all-too-relatable feelings of falling in love and embracing the raw emotions that you experience as a result of leading with your intuition and heart.” The record will be executive produced by Ryan Tedder, who first collaborated with McRae on “Greedy.”

McRae’s debut album, I Used to Think I Could Fly, arrived last year, concluding a months-long rollout with four singles casting a wide net of the singer’s evolving creative identity. With Think Later, she seems to have worked out her direction, and she’s hitting the ground running.

Next spring, McRae will embark on a world tour in support of Think Later. The tour will begin on April 17 in Ireland, with its European leg running through May 22. The singer will hit North America on July 5 with an opening show in her hometown of Calgary, Alberta, in Canada. The venue for the show will be announced at a later date. The remainder of her state-side run will include stops at theatres and amphitheaters in Los Angeles, Toronto, Nashville, Houston, Philadelphia, and more.

McRae will perform at New York’s famed Madison Square Garden on Aug. 22, with a special guest providing additional support set to be announced in the lead-up to the show. The final leg of the Think Later tour will span seven shows in Australia and New Zealand in November 2024. She will be joined by Charlieonnafriday in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand and by Presley Regier in North America.

General sale for the tour will begin on Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. local time for North America and Europe, while Australia and New Zealand general sale will launch on Nov. 14 at 3 p.m. local time.

Tate McRae Think Later 2024 Tour Dates
April 17 – Dublin, Ireland @ 3Olympia Theatre
April 18 – Dublin, Ireland @ 3Olympia Theatre
April 20 – Glasgow, UK @ Glasgow Academy
April 22 – London, UK @ Eventim Apollo
April 24 – Manchester, UK @ O2 Apollo Manchester
April 26 – Wolverhampton, UK @ The Civic At The Halls
April 28 – Cologne, Germany @ Palladium
April 29 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands @ AFAS Live
April 30 – Antwerp, Belgium @ Lotto Arena
May 2 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Annexet
May 3 – Oslo, Norway @ Spektrum
May 4 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Falkonersalen
May 6 – Hamburg, Germany @ Sporthalle
May 7 – Berlin, Germany @ Verti Music Hall
May 8 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Forum Karlin
May 10 – Warsaw, Poland @ COS Torwar
May 12 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Halle 622
May 13 – Vienna, Austria @ Gasometer
May 14 – Munich, Germany @ Zenith
May 16 – Milan, Italy @ Fabrique
May 17 – Paris, France @ Zenith
May 20 – Barcelona, Spain @ Sant Jordi Club
May 21 – Madrid, Spain @ Palacio Vistalegre
May 22 – Lisbon, Portugal @ Coliseu de Lisboa
July 5 – Calgary, AB – Hometown Show
July 7 – Woodinville, WA @ Chateau Ste Michelle
July 9 – San Francisco, CA @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
July 11 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Greek Theatre
July 14 – Phoenix, AZ @ Arizona Financial Theatre
July 17 – Austin, TX @ Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Park
July 19 – Houston, TX @ 713 Music Hall
July 20 – Irving, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
July 21 – Rogers, AR @ Walmart AMP
July 24 – Cincinnati, OH @ The Andrew J Brady Music Center
July 27 – Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage
July 28 – Sterling Heights, MI@ Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre
July 30 – Saint Louis, MO @ Saint Louis Music Park
Aug. 1 – Minneapolis, MN @ The Armory
Aug. 6 – Nashville, TN @ Ascend Amphitheater
Aug. 7 – Indianapolis, IN @ Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park
Aug. 9 – Boston, MA @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Aug. 13 – Washington, DC @ The Anthem
Aug. 14 – Philadelphia, PA @ Skyline Stage at Mann
Aug. 16 – Raleigh, NC @ Red Hat Amphitheater
Aug. 17 – Atlanta, GA @ Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park
Aug. 22 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
Nov. 8 – Perth, Australia @ Red Hill Auditorium
Nov. 10 – Brisbane, Australia @ Riverstage
Nov. 12 – Sydney, Australia @ Hordern Pavilion
Nov. 15 – Adelaide, Australia @ AEC Theatre
Nov. 17 – Melbourne, Australia @ Margaret Court Arena
Nov. 19 – Auckland, New Zealand @ Spark Arena
Nov. 21 – Wellington, New Zealand @ TSB Arena

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