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King Princess in Concert

Mikaela Straus was born to rock - and shock. The Brooklyn-born vocalist, singer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer was surrounded by music as a kid. While her mom worked in fashion, her dad took on the role of recording engineer and owner of Brooklyn's Mission Sound, a studio located in their house. There, Straus learned guitar, bass, piano, drums, and production techniques. She also listened to a lot of hard rock, from Led Zeppelin to Jack White.

By the time she was 11 years old, she had the attention of Virgin Records - but she wasn't quite ready for a record deal yet. Fast forward a few years, and Straus was on her way to the west coast, where she began studying at USC's Thornton School of Music. Only a year into her program, she was ready to pursue music full-time, so she decided to drop out. It turned out to be a smart move.

At just 19 years old, her world changed. As King Princess, she would not only play with the concept of gender but the idea of pop music itself - and it quickly caught on. She released her debut single, "1950," in February 2018 on Mark Ronson's Zelig Recordings label. With her breathy, soulful vocals slinking over simmering electro-pop, it made its way onto the U.S. Alternative charts, peaking at No. 17, and was soon hailed as one of the year's great queer love anthems. 

Not long after, she followed up with the sultry "Talia" and then her debut EP, 'Make My Bed.' In support of that release, she played select U.S. dates in the summer, and by November 2018, she made even bigger waves in the world of pop with the release of breezy and bold single "P*ssy is God."

Even without a full-length album to her name, King Princess was quick to hit the touring circuit, already headlining shows throughout Australia and New Zealand in 2018 before kicking off her first major North American tour in 2019.