She brought her 'Pop Dungeon' to London's Roundhouse to support Ezra Furman
Charlotte Church brought her ‘Pop Dungeon’ spectacular of covers to London’s Roundhouse last night – covering the likes of Rage Against The Machine, Black Sabbath, R Kelly, Nine Inch Nails and many more. Check out footage and the setlist below.
Appearing on stage dressed as a witch with her band dressed as druids, the former opera turned pop star took to the stage on Halloween to support Ezra Furman – surprising early-comers with a catalogue of classics from the world of rock, beyond and R&B.
After going down a storm at All Tomorrow Parties festival and with a secret set Glastonbury, her acclaimed Pop Dungeon show saw her open with a mash-up of I Dream’s ‘Daydream In Blue’ into a volatile rendition of ‘Closer’ by Nine Inch Nails, before performing ‘War Pigs’ by Black Sabbath, ‘Don’t Let Go’ by En Vogue, ‘Lovefool’ by The Cardigans, and a mash-up of ‘Bootylicious’ by Destiny’s Child with ‘Killing In The Name Of’ by Rage Against The Machine – before closing with a medley of R Kelly hits.
As was the trend at Glastonbury, pockets of the crowd erupted in chants of “Charlotte, Charlotte, Charlotte fucking Church” before she silenced them with a simple “thanks babe.”
Meanwhile, Charlotte Church has been confirmed to perform at ‘Ed Harcourt And Friends’ at London’s Union Chapel alongside the likes of Carl Barat, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, The Magic Numbers and more on Friday 2 December to raise money for child refugees.
Daydream In Blue/Closer
‘Don’t Let Go’
Charlotte Church’s setlist was: