Fever Ray announce UK dates

Karin Dreijer Andersson for three headline shows in July

Fever Ray announce UK dates
Fever Ray, the solo project of Karin Dreijer Andersson of The Knife, has announced plans for a small UK tour for July.

As well as the headline dates she will play at the Brighton Loop festival (July 11), as well as the Oxegen (12) and Latitude (17) bashes.

Karin will release new single 'Triangle Walks' on July 20. The track has been remixed by Tiga, Spektre, James Rutledge, Tora Vinter, Ben Hoo and Allez-Allez for download release.

Fever Ray will play:

Bristol Academy (July 13)
Manchester Academy 2 (14)
London Shepherds Bush Empire (16)


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