Early next year, the Swedish neo-folk duo First Aid Kit will return with the new album Ruins. In the run-up to the new album’s release, they’ve also recorded a session for BBC Radio 2, playing a couple of live-in-studio covers. One of them is “Perfect Places,” the final song on Lorde’s instant-classic sophomore album Melodrama, giving it a rambling country feel.
New Zealand pop star Lorde comes to Barcelona at long last to present her second album, ‘Melodrama’ (2017). This sophomore effort comes four years after her acclaimed debut, ‘Pure Heroine’ (2013), which was released when she was just 16 years old. That first album won two Grammys, among them Album of the Year, and catapulted Lorde to international fame, especially thanks to her hit ‘Royals’. Tonight at Sant Jordi Club.
Aldous Harding has been linked to the sober balladism of Nick Cave and Scott, two names that this New Zealand artist seems to evoke in her songs that are charged with profound intensity and enveloped in infinite darkness. After introducing herself two years ago with a homonymous record, the singer is now seeking to confirm her status with “Party”, an album produced by Josh Parish that did not have much trouble finding its place among the exquisite records in the 4AD catalogue and which has been admired by artists including Lorde. She will playing at Primavera Sound.
Son Lux és Ryan Lott, compositor de música per a publicitat. El seu disc de debut, ‘At war with walls & mazes’, li va valer diversos premis com a artista revelació el 2008, l’any de la seva publicació. Ha col·laborat amb grans artistes com Sisyphus o Lorde i navega entre el post-rock, l’alternativa i el hip-hop meditatiu i ple d’energia. Ara torna a Barcelona en format trio per presentar ‘Bones’ (2015). Aquesta nit a La2 de l’Apolo.