Daniel Levi revealed the release date of his debut full-length album, "14/02," which is set for October 13th. The release of the new album will be celebrated with a presentation tour, starting on November 3rd in Pärnu at Wunderbaar, followed by a show in Helsinki on November 8th at the renowned concert venue Semifinal. On November 9th, the tour will arrive in Tartu at ERM, and on November 11th, it will wrap up in Tallinn at Club D3. Tickets are available on Piletilevi and Tiketti.
Hints about the album's plans have been dropped in Daniel's previous interviews, but today the official album title "14/02" and release date of October 13th have been announced. This marks Daniel Levi's first full-length album since the release of his EP in 2014, before he became widely known to the public. Therefore, this marks Daniel Levi's first full-length album, making it a particularly significant and symbolic moment in his career. "I've been preparing for this moment for 2 years, and now the crescendo is finally here, and I can set these songs free. I'm grateful to all the talented and legendary producers with whom this album was created," describes the singer.
The album is being released in collaboration with the UK record label NoCopyrightSounds (NCS), with whom Daniel Levi and Cartoon released the hit song "On & On," which has recently received an official gold certification in the US market, with its YouTube views approaching half a billion.
To celebrate the album's release, three presentation concerts will be held in Estonia: in Pärnu, Tartu, and Tallinn. Additionally, the artist will also present his upcoming album in Helsinki, Finland. "Right now, the band and I are rehearsing for the album's presentation concerts, and I can already say that they are worth coming to see in person, so come celebrate with us!" says Daniel.
Daniel Levi and his band are known for their positive and energetic concerts, and the artist is increasingly gaining international attention. Last year, he received a nomination in the Estonian Music Awards for the pop artist of the year category, performed concerts in eight European countries, and also appeared on James Arthur's Baltic tour.