Soon after upgrading her Melbourne headline appearance to Festival Hall and selling out her Sydney Opera House on her May tour of Australia, Maggie Rogers has announced a second Sydney show will take place at the Enmore Theatre on Monday 27 May, and she will be joined by Stella Donnelly on all dates.

Maggie Rogers’ thoughtful indie-pop has enchanted Australian fans, incredible demand seeing the hit maker sell out multiple shows, upgrade venues, and add appearances to her second visit. With the addition of Stella Donnelly, the Heard it in a Past Life Tour is set to take the country by storm.

Stella Donnelly held audiences captive with last year’s debut EP ‘THRUSH METAL, featuring visceral hit ‘Boys Will Be Boys’.

Maggie Rogers’ debut album ‘HEARD IT IN A PAST LIFE is out now, a vulnerable slice of indie-pop that has astounded with its hit power. Huge singles ‘Light On’, ‘Alaska’, and ‘Fallingwater‘ sit on the release that boasts over 230 million combined Spotify streams.

“Maggie Rogers writes empowering, honest songs about falling hopelessly in love, getting your heart broken and discovering your self-worth. Her debut album is the work of an idiosyncratic talent”

– NME (★★★★)

Variety praised Rogers’ huge Coachella set on the weekend, saying that “… in performance, her lively spirit, constant motion and big, big smiles made [her songs] feel like big celebrations… a dynamic entertainer”.

Maggie Rogers brings her live show of cheer and tangible pop around the country next month. With Stella Donnelly along for the ride, the Heard it in a Past Life Tour is not to be missed!