Guardian Film & Music - ***** "The solo debut of Karin Dreijer Andersson of cult Swedish duo The Knife is one of the albums of the year.”
Following her critically acclaimed UK tour earlier this year, Fever Ray, aka Karin Dreijer Andersson, one half of The Knife, has today announced details of her final live dates in UK and Europe.
Karin and her band will play a one off London gig at HMV Forum in Kentish Town on December 5th. As well as this solo UK date, Fever Ray will also be playing gigs in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany and Holland and France. Full tour dates are listed below.
Fever Ray will be releasing the fourth single “Seven” on October 5th as well as the release of Fever Ray – The Double Disc Edition on October 12th. Coming out through Rabid Records/Cooperative Music in the UK, Fever Ray – The Double Disc Edition will contain the CD album plus the 2 cover versions the band performed live during their tour (Vashti Bunyan’s “Here Before” and Nick Cave and Anita Lane’s “Stranger Than Kindness) & a DVD featuring all the videos from the project so far and more exclusive never seen before footage.
Fever Ray’s final tour dates are as follows:
29th Nov - Copenhagen, Radiohuset, Denmark
30th Nov - Oslo, Rockefeller, Norway
1st Dec - Stockholm, Cirkus, Sweden
2nd Dec- Hamburg, kampnagel, Germany
3rd Dec - Amsterdam, Paradiso, Holland
4th Dec - Rennes, Transmusicales Festival, France
5th Dec - London, HMV Forum, UK
Fever Ray’s ‘Seven” will be released on Rabid Records, through Cooperative Music in the UK on October 5th. Fever Ray – The Double Disc Edition album will be released on October 12th.
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