POPPY - VOWWS - LOTUS EATER | POSTPONED

alternative pop, dark pop
Wednesday
18
March 2020
  • Orangerie

Extra information

Poppy's concert, originally taking place on March 18, will be postponed to a later date. Tickets remain valid or can be refunded.

Off-beat YouTube sensation defies trends to present her own unique pop sound

When

Wed. 18 Mar, 2020

Where

  • Orangerie
poppy
With such talent and intrigue, we’re all left wondering, “What will Poppy do next?”

Following a mysterious foray into music in which she declared “I’m Poppy” with repeated conviction, the enigma turned star has solidified herself as an industry mainstay no matter how absurd the project.

Poppy made her critically acclaimed studio debut in 2017 with “Poppy.Computer,” which Rolling Stone dubbed “one of the most surprising albums of the year that pushes against the written-by-committee blandness of Top-40's offerings with effervescent hooks and deliberate weirdness”. The impressive debut, which aptly earned her the title of “the Warhol of the YouTube era” according to New York Magazine, led to the sold out Poppy.Computer Tour.

In between the release of her debut album and her powerful sophomore follow up (2018’s “Am a Girl?”), Poppy brought her infectious energy to red carpets across the world, landing her on best dressed lists during her first New York and Milan fashion week appearances.

With such talent and intrigue, we’re all left wondering, “What will Poppy do next?”

Poppy

LOTUS EATER

Lotus Eater

Lotus Eather

Hailing from Glasgow, Lotus Eater are a metalcore band “making heavy music like it should be done”, according to Bring Me the Horizon’s Oli Sykes. Combining heavy, technical riffs with brutal vocals, the band’s music is all about confrontation. They became the first UK band to be signed by California-based label Hopeless (Avenged Sevenfold, All Time Low), and NME claimed they “might be the future of heavy music”. Come see for yourself, but be prepared for a very intimidating performance.

VOWWS

Vowws, an Australian duo now living in LA, are specialists in death pop. Their music creates a dark universe, where pop, rock, electro, goth and even folk all have their place. The band finds inspiration in cult-horrormovies like The Exorcist for both their melodies and lyrics. The legendary Gary Numan and Swans-drummer Thor Harris helped elevate their dark and icy soundscapes on debut album “The Great Sun”, while their follow-up “Under the World” was released by Brussels-based label Weyrd Son Records (Whispering Sons, Drab Majesty). On their latest single “Structure of Love II”, Vowws collaborated with more big names: Deftones’ Chino Moreno and former Nine Inch Nails member Renholdër. Come join the band for a macabre, deathly party.

Wednesday
18
March 2020

Extra information

Poppy's concert, originally taking place on March 18, will be postponed to a later date. Tickets remain valid or can be refunded.