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On Sunday 18th October 2015, Mika is set to perform a special headline London show at Adelphi Theatre in London.
A fan presale already took place and 280 tickets got sold in a very short time, but the threatre holds an impressive 1500 audience members over three different seating levels: stalls, dress circle and upper circle. The Adelphi Theatre is situated on the famous Strand in the heart of London’s West End, you can check HERE for more info.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public on 26 June at 9 a.m. UK time.
As Lebanese-British pop star Mika prepares to headline the West Lake Music Festival in Hangzhou, he talks to Time Out about his forthcoming album, the essence of pop and his multi-culturalism
You recently announced that you’ll be releasing your fourth album, No Place in Heaven, this coming June. Can you talk a little bit about what this album will sound like, and what the process has been like putting it together?
It was a very intense process. I was working out of a large expensive studio and I realised that it wasn’t necessary, being in studios like that the whole process of trying to create something really intimate in such a big setting just didn’t make sense. So I left the studio, cleared all my sessions, went to the MAC store and bought myself a computer and a soundboard and we rented a piano. We set up a studio in the living room of the house I was renting and even though it was slightly noisy, which was the only disadvantage, the advantage was that I just created a record and brought all the songwriters that I wanted to work with into this house, and we wrote and recorded most of the album there. I know that a lot of people are doing this now and it just changed everything, because it felt literally homemade.