NINETIES pop singer Louise will take her Heavy Love tour to Leeds this month to promote her new album of the same name.

The 11-venue tour is the first since her sell-out Intimate and Live mini-tour in 2018 and the previous year’s comeback show in London.

The performance on March 21 at Beckett University in Leeds will see Louise performing songs such as Heavy Love alongside her greatest hits.

She said: “Making this new album has been a real emotional and honest process for me. I love performing live and touring and I can’t wait to take the new album on tour and perform all these new songs for everyone.”

Louise rose to fame as one quarter of pop super group Eternal, the first girl band ever to sell over one million copies of an album with their 1993 debut Always & Forever.

In 1996 she became a solo artist, gaining a platinum disc and more than a million sales for her debut album Naked, and going on to record the albums Woman In Me in 1997 and Elbow Beach in 2000.

In 2001 she released a greatest hits collection Changing Faces - The Best Of Louise.

During her career, Louise has had 18 consecutive top solo 20 singles, six with Eternal and 12 as a solo artist. She has sold more than 15 million records worldwide and five million records in the UK. Her last single Pandora’s Kiss was Top 5 hit in 2003.

Heavy Love, released in January this year, was recorded in Sweden, London and Los Angeles, and is her first album in 19 years.

She has worked on the album with top musicians and producers.