Celebrating the release of his new studio album, titled "The Boy Who Knew That Much", Mika has announced a one-off live concert for his fans in Sydney. He is slated to take the stage at Sydney's Enmore Theatre on Tuesday, November 24. Tickets for the show go on sale starting on Monday, September 28 through Ticketek, Take 40 has reported.
In related news, Mika has opened up to Us Weekly about "The Boy Who Knew That Much", which goes on sale in U.S. market on Tuesday, September 22. In an exclusive interview with the site, the 26-year-old pop singer spills the beans of the motivations behind the track "Blue Eyes."
Explaining the concept behind the single, Mika mentions how a woman's heart and a subway train evolve into the single that features "a very island, chilled out, holiday rhythm." He explains to Us Weekly, "Everything's like a glorious accident. You have to chase the accidents until they turn into a good thing."
Mika tasted his worldwide stardom with his 2007 single "Grace Kelly". The track was featured in his debut album "Life in Cartoon Motion" which was released in March 27 the same year.