Rising star Mabel is currently making waves on the UK music scene thanks to her personal songwriting and infectious R&B sound.
She's about to embark on her biggest headline tour in the UK to date with shows in Bristol, Manchester and Birmingham.
The Swedish-British artist will finish up with a gig at London's Heaven on October 11, a venue that is often noted as hosting artists who are tipped for huge success.
So selling it out is an even bigger deal for this rising R&B star, she tells us: "It's my biggest one to date and knowing it's sold out, well, I though that would scare me but now I want to deliver and come through.
"They want to see you and they love you so it's a good vibe. I'm very excited.
"I want everyone to have a good time. I like to give different types of moments so it'll be intimate and based around the vocals but then fun parts with lots of dancing."
She also adds that as well as her recent releases, the audience will get a glimpse at future projects on the setlist.
Earlier this year Mabel released her EP entitled Bedroom which looks at, "femininity, sexiness and independence and a lyrical exploration of what that means to me".
It also features the infectious R&B track Finders Keepers which has crossed over to both Radio 1 and 1Xtra and gives listeners a bigger idea of Mabel's sound and what to expect of her upcoming debut album.
On the EP reaction Mabel says: "It’s been amazing! Obviously putting new things out it means people know more material and have new songs to sing along to.
"I like having something that is a bit longer than one single, these little stories along the way before an album, so I’m just really happy with the small body of work."
However it took some time for Mabel to release the EP following her 2015 single My Boy My Town, which was picked up by DJ Annie Mac from Sound Cloud.
Mabel says: "I had moments of self-doubt last year, it was quite hard figuring things out and what I wanted to say.
'I had moments of self-doubt last year, it was quite hard figuring things out and what I wanted to say'
"In 2017 as an artist everyone says 'when is the next song out?', and even though people think you've disappeared it was about hard work and spending a lot of time writing and finding something to say.
"It's so easy to just put things out without putting too much thought into it. I was so young, I'd just turned 19 and it feels like a lot has happened in between those times.
"I love those early songs and I think they're an important part of the journey because I really found a sound for myself.
She says this gap has helped with her success this year adding: "Last year was vital for that. It's all been about confidence.
"I'm doing shows I'd never have been able to pull off a year go."
As well as sets at V Festival and Boy Better Know Takeover she has featured in Vogue magazine, starred in a huge Adidas campaign and collaborated with the Tate Modern on a bespoke video this year.
Mabel joins the long list of British artists thriving in 2017, particularly in the R&B genre with the likes of Jorja Smith, Raye and Anne Marie finding global success.
Following grime's mainstream success over the past few years it looks like it's time for British R&B to have a moment in the charts.
Mabel says: "I feel incredibly proud to be British right now the whole world is really looking to us."
She notes hearing Stormzy and Skepta throughout her time in L.A. adding: "We've always made great hip hop and R&B.
"I was never going to do anything else, you know like a house record or anything like that!
"I'm just happy it's having a moment, there's so many of us in our own lane."
As the daughter of Massive Attack producer Cameron McVey and singer Neneh Cherry it was inevitable that Mabel wasn't going to do anything else other than music.
On growing up with two musical legends Mabel says: "I just thought it was normal, all the travelling and being in the studio around so many creative people, if it didn't affect me that'd be kind of weird.
"I was quite a sensitive and emotional kid and they would tell me 'you need a way to express yourself'.
"They both taught me how to play instruments since I was like four and five years old. So I knew from a super young age I wanted to do this."
Now as 2017 draws to a close and the artist's confidence is soaring it looks like next year is set to be her most ambitious yet.
She says: "Toward the end of the year I'm trying to keep the momentum up.
"These shows are kind of like the last big thing in my mind.
"I just want to put the new music out and then come back really strong in 2018!"
Mabel plays a four-date UK tour this October including a show at London's Heaven on October 11.
Tickets for the tour are available from Ticketmaster here.
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