She's one of the UK's fastest-rising and most in-demand pop acts today - and she's announced a headline homecoming show in Southampton next spring. 

Hailed as one to watch by Rolling Stone and NME, former Thornden School pupil Caity Baiser played Engine Rooms as part of her sold out UK tour earlier this year, and also impressed during a performance at The Ageas Bowl during The Hundred. 

Her viral hit singles Friendly Sex and X&Y, plus live festival performances, helped Caity become the name on everyone’s lips last summer.

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Still only 21, Caity has now announced her Thanks For Nothing, See You Never UK tour; with a mixtape out early next year and a headline show at Southampton's O2 Guildhall on  April 9.

She said: I am so happy I can finally tell you all about my new EP. It's full of absolute bangers...some you know some you don't. But I love them all and I hope you do too."

Tickets for the tour go on sale on Friday from