Photo credit Francesca Allen

British artist Jade Bird will perform her breakout single “Lottery” on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” next Tuesday, April 3. Watch the official video for the song here as well as the acoustic version here. “Lottery” follows Jade’s 2017 debut EP Something Americanon Glassnote Records. 

The appearance culminates an outstanding couple of weeks for Jade—At SXSW she performed 13 high profile showcases in six days, winning the 2018 Grulke Prize for developing non-U.S. act as a result. Jade is already the subject of widespread critical praise; The New York Times hails “She’s an English songwriter with a country-rock streak and a furious rasp when she gets riled…” the Los Angeles Times furthers “…her outlaw spirit, fiery riffs and ready-to-roar vocals illustrated everyday gender dynamics,” while Brooklyn Vegan adds “…on paper there is no way to describe the power that is Jade Elizabeth Bird’s voice.”

Furthermore, Jade has confirmed U.S. tour dates throughout June, including support dates with Colter Wall, First Aid Kit and Anderson East, as well as festival appearances at Stagecoach, Bonnaroo, Firefly and Mountain Jam. See below for details. 


Born in Hexham, U.K., Jade’s early life was spent mainly in flight as an “army brat.” One of life’s few constants proved to be the influence of strong working women. At first via her mother and grandmother, who largely raised her, but later the female role models within the musical subcultures Jade become obsessed with: from empowering country heroines like Loretta Lynn to iconic alternative songwriters like Patti Smith—Alanis Morisette’s Jagged Little Pill was a similar early touchstone. Jade also recently spoke with Noisey about the influence of these and other women on her music.



April 7—Washington, DC—U Street Music Hall*

April 11—New York, NY—Bowery Ballroom*

April 14—Burlington, VT—Higher Ground Ballroom*

April 15—Cambridge, MA—The Sinclair*

April 17—Santa Ana, CA—The Observatory†

April 20—Dallas, TX—Club Dada*

April 22—Houston, TX—White Oak Music Hall Upstairs*

April 25—Englewood, CO—Gothic Theatre*

April 26—Pioneertown, CA—Pappy and Harriet’s 

April 27-29—Indio, CA—Stagecoach Country Music Festival

May 2—San Francisco, CA—The Independent*

May 4—Portland, OR—Wonder Ballroom*

May 5—Seattle, WA—Neumos*

May 11—Louisville, KY—Headliner’s Music Hall‡

May 12—Indianapolis, IN—The Vogue‡

May 13—Detroit, MI—Saint Andrew’s Hall‡

May 15—Madison, WI—Majestic Theatre‡

May 18—Chicago, IL—Thalia Hall‡

June 7-June 10—Manchester, TN—Bonnaroo Music Festival

June 8—Raleigh, NC—NC Museum of Art†

June 10—St. Louis, MO—The Pageant†

June 12—Kansas City, MO—The Truman†

June 13—Omaha, NE—Sokol Auditorium†

June 14-June17—Dover, DE—Firefly Festival

June 15—June 17—Hunter, NY—Mountain Jam Festival

*supporting Colter Wall

†supporting First Aid Kit

‡with Anderson East


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