September 9, 2009 16:00

Fever Ray announces London gig details

The Knife's Karin Dreijer Andersson visits the UK this December

Fever Ray announces London gig details
Fever Ray is set to play a one-off London gig this December as part of her European tour.

Karin Dreijer Andersson plays London's HMV Forum on December 5. The gig is the last date on her current European tour.

Fever Ray's new single 'Seven' is released on October 5, with the deluxe version of the album 'Fever Ray' following on October 12.

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