Rodrigo and his band cut four ‘sours’ inside the Department of Motor Vehicles
Olivia Rodrigo has shared a performance as part of NPR’s Tiny Desk (Home) concert series.
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Filmed at a DMV (a nod to breakout debut single ‘Drivers License’), the performance saw Rodrigo and his band playing four cuts from the debut album ‘Sorry’, accompanied by acoustic vocals of ‘Good 4 U’ started.
Rodrigo also played album cuts of “Traitor” and “Déj Vu” with a version of “Driver’s License”, which saw the singer-songwriter perform solo, vocals and keyboards.
Check out Rodrigo’s tiny desk below:
Earlier this week, Rodrigo announced a UK, European and North American tour in support of “Sour” slated for 2022. The race for dates is set to begin in April, before ending in July, with Gracie Abrams endorsed on select dates. Holly Humberstone and Baby Queen.
Last month (November 23), Rodrigo was nominated for seven Grammy Awards for “Sour” and its multiple singles awards, including Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist. .
In a four star review of ‘Kitte’, Granthshala Said that with the record, “Pop’s brightest new thing proves that she’s not only a flash-in-the-pan, but a multi-faceted artist who’s in it for the long haul.”