“Boyfriend” is out via Polydor Records

British sensation Mabel returns with her new single “Boyfriend” and she’s calling for all the girls around the world for some unapologetic support as she takes another step towards becoming an international icon. The track sees Mabel charging ahead following the massive release of High Expectations and other collabs like her incredible smash with Tiesto, “God is a Dancer.”

Along with the single, Mabel unveils the video where you really see the visionary artist is becoming. Directed by Isaac Rentz, it brings the 90s vibes to the next level with some futuristic visuals that accompany the song’s theme of choosing (but not needing) a boyfriend. It combines dance routines and sassy facial expressions while playing with the idea of designing your dream partner.


The song was produced by Steve Mac and co-written by Mabel and Kamille. This trio has undoubtedly produced some of the singer’s biggest songs like “Don’t Call Me Up” and ‘Mad Love” but this record is somewhat a different ground for Mabel. The singer is no stranger to big pop songs but on this record, she is proving that she’s here to stay – experimenting with new electropop production that emphasizes her incredible vocals while showing her progress as an artist.

Related – Review/Photos: Mabel @ Eventim Apollo – 02/12/20

Mabel continues her world domination with tour dates across Europe through the summer, including highly-anticipated sets at Lovebox, Primavera Sound, Reading & Leeds Festival, Sziget Festival, and more. See all future tour dates here and past Mabel coverage here.

Mabel Tour Dates
February 28 – Brussels – Orangerie
February 29 – Cologne – Gloria
March 1 – Amsterdam – Melkweg
March 3 – Berlin – Kesselhaus
March 4 – Hamburg – Mojo
March  – Copenhagen || VEGA
June 4 – Barcelona – Primavera Sound
June 12-| London – Lovebox
June 14 – Manchester – Parklife
June 20 – Landgraat – Pinkpop
July 3 – Dublin – Longitude
August 9 – Newquay – Boardmasters
August 10 – Budapest – Sziget Festival
August 15 – Helsinki – Flow Festival
August 28-29 – Reading & Leeds Festival

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