Justin Bieber will play a small show in London to mark the release of his new album.
The singer will release his fifth studio album, which is titled Changes, on 14 February and – three days earlier – will perform in front of just 2,350 people at Indigo in London’s 02 Arena.
It’s a one-off event that will see Bieber play acoustic versions of songs followed by a Q&A.
Ahead of that, he will release a brand new single from the record tomorrow (7 February). The song is called “Intentions” and is a collaboration with American rapper Quavo.
To be in with a chance to buy tickets to the intimate event, fans must pre-order Bieber’s new album from his official store before 4pm GMT on 8 February.
Tickets go on sale via AXS on 10 February at 9am GMT.
Changes will also include Bieber’s single “Yummy”, and marks Bieber’s first album since Purpose in 2015.
Other recent tracks include the Poo Bear and Jay Electronica collaboration “Hard 2 Face Reality”, and 2017’s “Friends”, which was written with producer BloodPop.
Earlier this month, Bieber revealed that he has been diagnosed with Lyme disease, a bacterial infection caused by ticks.
The singer shared a post with fans after becoming aware of social media speculation that he was suffering from drug addiction.
“They failed to realise I’ve recently been diagnosed with Lyme disease, not only that but had a serious case of chronic mono which affected my skin, brain function, energy and overall health.
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