The singular singer-songwriter launches a new tour.

LP has done it again, so get ready. LP, or Laura Pergolizzi, is an androgynous gay New Yorker, releasing her Death Valley EP, which features “Strange,” a song that will definitely lift your spirits up. Even bigger news, she’s going on tour in July.

While her song “Into the Wild” was featured in a Citi Bank commercial in 2012, before that, LP was a composer for Rihanana’s "Cheers (Drink To That)". Pretty cool, right?

At the same time that she was putting out her own solo music, she put out Jewels, where she collaborated with SL on more jazz tunes. Last year, she released the single “Muddy Water” and now she’s back for more.

LP’s music is super upbeat, but not in that pop way, in an indie/alternative way. Regarding her sexuality, LP has been open about it and some of her music shows it. “Strange” can definitely be seen as giving permission to be different, or queer. The lyrics of pining over Savannah in “Savannah” may be assumed to be a woman, and she also has an amazing song called “Free to Love.” In terms of coverage, in the past, LP has been open that her mother died before she came out as gay and Buzzfeed has featured adorable pictures of LP and her girlfriend.

Oh, and the best part? Her new music video for her hit song “Lost on Love,” released on Noisey by Vice is clearly about a queer relationship. Be sure to check that out here.

In other news, in another genre, LP was featured in the vocals of an Avicii’s track “Back Where I Belong” that you can listen to here.

Watch "Strange" below

If you’re looking for a good concert, and to support queer musicians, here are her tour dates:

July 19th                Toronto, CA @ Massey Hall*

July 21st                 Philadelphia, PA @ Verizon Hall-Kimmel Center*

July 22nd               Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater

July 23rd                Washington, D.C. @ Lincoln Theatre*

July 26th                 Washington, D.C. @ U Street Music Hall

July 25th                 Washington D.C. @ Lincoln Theatre*

July 27th                  New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre*

July 29th                  New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre*

July 30th                  Providence, RI @ Fete Lounge

July 31st                   Boston, MA @ Blue Hills Bank Pavilion*

August 2nd               Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium*

August 4th                Detroit, MI @ Fox Theatre*

August 5th                Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues – Cambridge Room

August 6th                Highland Park, IL @ Ravinia Festival

August 7th                Edmonton, Canada @ Edmonton Folk Music Festival

August 9th                 San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic*

August 10th               Santa Cruz, CA @ Moe's Alley

August 11th                Los Angeles, CA @ Microsoft Theater*

* w/ Bryan Ferry