Fever Ray at Albert Hall

Chris Horkan
Image courtesy of Albert Hall

Fever Ray at Albert Hall, City Centre, 21 March 2018, from £27.50 - Book now

Karin Dreijer – one half of now-disbanded Swedish electronic duo The Knife – returned to her solo moniker late last year with the surprise release of Plunge, her second album, eight years after her acclaimed eponymous debut.

The album features collaboration with multiple producers – Paula Temple, Deena Abdelwahed, NÍDIA, Tami T, Peder Mannerfelt and Johannes Berglund – and builds on Fever Ray’s intense, organic-sounding approach. Lyrically, Dreijer continues to address themes of gender on Plunge.

With a physical release of Plunge following in early 2018, Dreijer will embark on her first live shows since 2010 this spring – including this visit to Albert Hall, which is her only UK date outside of London.

Fever Ray at Albert Hall, City Centre

21 March 2018
From £27.50

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