Fever Ray

Mon Nov 5 2018

7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

O2 Academy Brixton

211 Stockwell Rd London SW9 9SL

£37.81

Ages 8+

Share With Friends

Plus Special Guests

Please Note:

Minimum Age Restriction: No under 8’s. Under 14’s with an adult 18+ and seated in the balcony

U25’s need photo ID to buy alcohol

Eat Your Own Ears presents
Fever Ray

  • Event Cancelled.
  • Fever Ray

    Fever Ray

    Electronic Pop

    The decision to fall is harder than the fall itself

    It is a joy to meet you. I don’t know how to feel about that. But already my repetitions are beginning. Do I confuse itch and ache? Here’s this helpful quiz to discover which it is, dedicated to a global team of heartbroken self-diagnosers that stretches from the threadbare social democracies in the north to the liberated markets in the west. The object of the song is love and the subject of the song is loss, or object and subject are genetically alike. This is how it sounds, the excavated voice, the archaeological dig one thousand or eight years into the future, when the bodies preserved in this auditory mud have become exemplary of their time and can no longer hurt or help each other. Then I will know how to love you and be loved by you. 

    The song, the lover, is interested in objectifying itself, herself. The lover objectifies herself as music. The song is a prosthesis that extends like a limb into the gut and pulls out the half-digested heart, it’s kind of gothic and kind of a shame. I learn gratefully in music that the decision to fall is harder than the fall itself, the anticipation of falling; I’m embarrassed by gravity is what I mean by "I put on weight". The parent and the lover momentarily blurring, then some kind of travel sickness, and later I am home without...

Eat Your Own Ears presents

Fever Ray

Mon Nov 5 2018 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

O2 Academy Brixton London
Fever Ray
  • Event Cancelled.

£37.81 Ages 8+

Plus Special Guests

Please Note:

Minimum Age Restriction: No under 8’s. Under 14’s with an adult 18+ and seated in the balcony

U25’s need photo ID to buy alcohol

Fever Ray

Fever Ray

Electronic Pop

The decision to fall is harder than the fall itself

It is a joy to meet you. I don’t know how to feel about that. But already my repetitions are beginning. Do I confuse itch and ache? Here’s this helpful quiz to discover which it is, dedicated to a global team of heartbroken self-diagnosers that stretches from the threadbare social democracies in the north to the liberated markets in the west. The object of the song is love and the subject of the song is loss, or object and subject are genetically alike. This is how it sounds, the excavated voice, the archaeological dig one thousand or eight years into the future, when the bodies preserved in this auditory mud have become exemplary of their time and can no longer hurt or help each other. Then I will know how to love you and be loved by you. 

The song, the lover, is interested in objectifying itself, herself. The lover objectifies herself as music. The song is a prosthesis that extends like a limb into the gut and pulls out the half-digested heart, it’s kind of gothic and kind of a shame. I learn gratefully in music that the decision to fall is harder than the fall itself, the anticipation of falling; I’m embarrassed by gravity is what I mean by "I put on weight". The parent and the lover momentarily blurring, then some kind of travel sickness, and later I am home without...