17 year-old Miller dropped her first album, Not An Apology, last July, where it debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 on the strength of singles “Fire N Gold” and “Young Blood.” She’s currently back in studios recording a sophomore effort, though no release date has been set for that as of yet.
Bea Miller Studio Session: Watch ‘Fire N Gold’ & ‘Young Blood’ Performances
“I am looking forward to starting this new chapter by putting the finishing touches on my new album, and also looking forward to sharing my new music on the Revival Tour,” said Miller in a statement. “I have been lucky enough to create music with not only some of the greatest writers and producers in the world, but also with some of the greatest people in the world. I’m looking forward to sharing this new music with my fans and them getting to see a more raw and honest side of me.”
Miller is slated to open for Gomez through her July 9 show in Anaheim. DNCE is also scheduled to join Gomez for the North American leg.