Four of Diamonds Reveal New Single "Stupid Things" Featuring Saweetie & Autumn Tour Dates

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Earlier today Four of Diamonds revealed their new single Stupid Things featuring viral sensation, Saweetie (Icy Girl) and announced their upcoming tour which is happening this Autumn.

The new single follows the girls’ debut Name On It featuring Burna Boy which is currently has over 1.2 million combined streams across platforms!

Four of Diamonds spoke out on their new single and video, “Stupid Things is one of our favourite songs that we’ve recorded – it’s a real party song and we wanted the video to reflect that. We shot the video in a huge mansion outside of London and it was SO much fun. Some of our friends were in the video too, as extras - so that made it extra special. We’ve always been huge fans of Saweetie so were thrilled that she was up for doing the song with us! She flew over from the USA especially to shoot the video; we had a real laugh - she’s amazing!”

Four of Diamonds hit the road this November bringing their incredible live set to intimate crowds across the UK, performing new and unreleased material.

 Virgin EMI welcomed all female Four of Diamonds to their diverse, globally successful roster earlier this year. This lively four-piece are set to make their mark on music over the next few months and have already started their ascent gaining early support from Radio 1 and hitting the Spotify top 50 Viral Chart. The buzz has already well and truly started with the girls amassing over 150k combined followers across their socials.

Over the past 12 months, the girls have been working hard in the studio with globally renowned songwriters and producers including Caroline Ailin (Dua Lipa), Ed Drewett (Olly Murs), Freedo (Zara Larsson), Cutfather (Little Mix, Pussycat Dolls), Grades (Khalid), Tre Jean-Marie (Craig David, Mabel) and Jin Jin (Jess Glynne).

In addition to this, multi-million selling artist/producer and 2018 BRIT award nominee Jonas Blue, is on board to executive produce their upcoming debut album.

Listen to “Stupid Things” here.