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3/20/19

RCA’s Sasha Sloan performed for a sold-out show at the iconic Troubadour on 3/20, providing that sad girl energy we’ve all come to know and love. The ever-relatable Sloan, sans Juul this time, played fan favorites including a stripped down version of her Kygo collab “This Town” and brought out frequent collaborator/boyfriend King Henry before closing out with “Runaway.”

Opener Lauren Aquilina set the mood with some sad songs of her own. The Bristol born singer-songwriter stepped back from the spotlight in 2016 to be a songwriter, but returned in 2018 with her single “Psycho,” which she closed out her set with. Aquilina’s latest single “Tobacco In My Sheets,” an open letter to her mom about how she was using alcohol and drugs after her first heartbreak, drops on 3/29.

Sloan will continue to hit a slew of cities across the U.S., a stop in Canada, and a few international sets before closing out the tour with a hometown set at the Greek with fellow Hills Artist repped band LANY. For tickets and more information, click here.