Victoria Duffield Announces Plans for Third Single 'Break My Heart'! Joins Big Time Rush & Cody Simpson Tour! June 19 2012
<strong>VICTORIA DUFFIELD ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR THIRD SINGLE â€˜BREAK MY HEARTâ€™
JOINS BIG TIME RUSH & CODY SIMPSON TOUR</strong>
Platinum-selling Canadian pop singer Victoria Duffield has announced plans for her third single, as well as a new tour with Big Time Rush and Cody Simpson.
The music video for â€œBreak My Heartâ€ will premiere on MuchMusic and MuchMusic.com this Thursday, June 21. MuchMusic was on the set of the video to capture behind the scenes footage, which they will air during that dayâ€™s New.Music.Live. at 6PM ET/3PM PT.
The music video will be posted on Victoriaâ€™s YouTube channel on Monday, June 25, and will include an interactive dance tutorial called â€œLearn The Moves.â€ With this bonus material, fans will get the chance to learn the videoâ€™s choreography taught by Victoria herself.
The song will be for sale at iTunes and all digital retailers on Tuesday, June 26.
Victoria Duffield will support Big Time Rush and Cody Simpson on seven Canadian dates in September. Before she hits the road with her fellow pop artists, Victoria will perform at the Summer Playland Festival in Vancouver on July 8, and the next day in Calgary at the Stampede.
â€œBreak My Heartâ€ follows the success of Victoriaâ€™s first two singles, â€œShut Up and Danceâ€ and â€œFeel.â€ The brazen dancefloor anthem â€œShut Up and Danceâ€ was the most played song at radio by a Canadian artist for nine weeks, achieved platinum-status and reached the top spot on the MuchMusic countdown. The video earned Victoria her first MuchMusic Video Award nomination in the Best Pop Video category. Like â€œShut Up and Dance,â€ â€œFeelâ€ was a multi-format Top 5 radio hit. The French version, which features Quebec star Jacynthe, reached No. 1 on the Franco radio charts in Quebec.
<strong><u>Victoria Duffield - Upcoming tour dates</u>
<em>w/Big Time Rush and Cody Simpson, except*</em></strong>
July 8 Vancouver â€“ Summer Playland Festival*
July 9 Calgary â€“ Stampede (Coca-Cola Stage)*
September 4 Montreal â€“ Bell Centre
September 5 London, ON â€“ John Labatt Centre
September 7 Ottawa â€“ Scotiabank Place
September 8 Toronto â€“ Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
September 13 Edmonton â€“ Rexall Place
September 14 Calgary â€“ Scotiabank Saddledome
September 16 Vancouver â€“ Rogers Arena