Anne-Marie is lacking touring in a giant method (Image: REX, YouTube/AnneMarie)
Anne-Marie has admitted she’s ‘nervous’ about the way forward for live shows amid the coronavirus pandemic, with it being thought that gigs and excursions will be one of the final things to be reinstated.
Talking forward of the discharge of her YouTube documentary How To Be Anne-Marie, the 2002 hitmaker revealed going to reveals ‘is like remedy’ for her.
‘It worries me. It seems to be, to me, a really digital expertise, which is clearly cool however the entire level [of] why folks love reside reveals is to really feel that power and I’m nervous to be trustworthy,’ she instructed Metro.co.uk.
‘Going to reveals is nearly like a remedy for some folks to get away from what they’re going by, particularly for me, that occurs with me as nicely. I’m nervous, and I’m simply confused as a result of I don’t know the reply.’
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The 29-year-old added: ‘I’m nervous concerning the venues shutting down as a result of they haven’t any funding, and I’ve worries about when is it gonna be taking place once more?
‘So I feel in the interim it’s gonna be a really digital expertise, and we’re gonna must give you some fairly cool concepts to make it enjoyable once more.’
Anne-Marie’s positively not in need of concepts, nevertheless, after her first enviornment tour was sadly postponed as a result of pandemic.
The documentary confirmed her placing on an epic gig on the roof of the O2, with a handful of followers watching from a ship on the River Thames – as you do.
She’s simply one of many stars making the perfect of the scenario, with Liam Gallagher additionally placing on a present from a barge within the Thames.
Different artists, together with the likes of All Time Low, Yungblud, Stormzy, and Take That, in the meantime, have played virtual gigs to get fans through lockdown.
How To Be Anne-Marie is on the market on YouTube now.
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