New Fever Ray?


#101

Got Manchester tickets :+1: still haven’t listened to the new album though


#102

How much?


#103

32 sniffs a go for the London date.


#104

you on the poppers for the Fever Ray show aye? 32 STONKER


#105

Was about the same last time in 2010 FWIW


#106

Yep and in academy 2 in Manchester.

Think Albert Hall will be a much better fit


#107

The Stockholm gig is actually a short walk from my house

hmm


#108

Bought tickets for Manchester, trying to limit my gig going these days so it makes the exceptions all the more exciting!


#109

yeah some great moments but i’m not 100% loving it :frowning:
Shaking the Habitual and the s/t are 2 of my favourite albums ever so i was probs setting my expectations too high


#110

Fuck’s sake Dice, discrimination to those of us without smartphones. I’ve half a mind to revolt.


#111

“Oh no the choice I made to fence myself off from markets mean I’m not allowed to use said market”


#112

^ posted from his iPhone X


#113

:joy::joy::joy:


#114

I absolutely love this album. Nice surprise


#115

#116

Read this this morning. S’good innit.


#117

That’s quite a cover


#118

Her latest album is clearly weaker than her debut. The lead single is great, though.


#119

I’d probably be inclined to agree but I think they’re coming from such completely different places that comparing them feels pretty arbitrary.

The self titled is a genuine masterpiece for me Clive, one of the best records of this century.


#120

This may well be true, but I still absolutely love the latest one.