Fever Ray to give away free album with newspaper

Live version of self-titled debut will come with The Guardian

Fever Ray is giving away a live version of her debut album for free with this Saturday’s (October 24) Guardian newspaper.

A unique web link will be printed in the issue that will allow readers to download the LP.

The singer follows a host of artists that have given their albums away for free, including Reverend & The Makers singer Jon McClure‘s side project Mongrel, Ray Davies, McFly and Prince.


Tracks on the download include:

‘If I Had A Heart’
‘Triangle Walks’
‘Concrete Walls’
‘I’m Not Done’
‘Now’s The Only Time I Know’
‘Keep The Streets Empty’
‘Dry And Dusty’
‘Stranger Than Kindness’
‘When I Grow Up’