José González performing with The String Theory at Albert Hall

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José González by Malin Johansson

José González performing with The String Theory at Albert Hall, City Centre 22 September 2018 Tickets from £30 — Book now

Swedish singer and guitarist José González tours this September with The String Theory – an artist collective based in Berlin and Gothenburg.

Propelled into the limelight thanks to his 2006 acoustic cover of The Knife’s Heartbeats, which was featured on a TV commercial, González went on to achieve Platinum status in the UK for his 2007 album In Our Nature. He has since release Vestiges & Claws, his third solo album, as well as two albums with his folk-rock band Junip.

Having previously performed with The String Theory’s large string ensemble at Royal Festival Hall in 2017, González now brings the show to Albert Hall – one of just four UK dates.

José González performing with The String Theory at Albert Hall, City Centre 22 September 2018 Tickets from £30 Book now

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