Electronica legends Goldfrapp are hitting Brooklyn and Philly to play music from their freshly dropped album, Silver Eye.
Catch the gorgeous Alison Goldfrapp live in concert this week in Philadelphia and New York! Audiences will be treated to sounds off the duo’s brand new album, Silver Eye, which was two years in the making.
The critically acclaimed album marks a return to dance music but with a new artistic intensity, inspired by Alison Goldfrapp’s passion for the elements and the pagan power of the moon. For the first time, the album features collaborations with maestros of sound, producer John Congleton (St. Vincent), Bobby Krlic aka The Haxan Cloak, David Wrench, and Mute founder Daniel Miller.
Known for their albums Black Cherry and Supernature, and the iconic electropop favorites “Strict Machine,” “Ooh La La,” and “Rocket,” Goldfrapp has created seven stunning studio albums since their debut in the year 2000 with Felt Mountain. Each album is packed with different themes, indelible imagery, eclectic influences from cabaret and folk to disco and electronica. Alison’s breathy soprano, cinematic lyrics, and videos that range from glam rock to film noir, combined with Will Gregory’s brilliant arrangements have given them a solid following and enduring career success, with variety at every turn.
The creator behind Silver Eye’s artistic and enigmatic imagery is Alison Goldfrapp who also devised and directed the intensely erotic and ethereal video to the first single off Silver Eye, “Anymore.”
Fresh from the Tales of Us UK tour, Goldfrapp will be playing at the following venues, with more to be announced:
4/24 – Philadelphia, PA – Theater of the Living Arts
4/26 – New York, NY – Brooklyn Steel
4/27 – New York, NY – Brooklyn Steel
For tickets and more gig information go to www.goldfrapp.com.
Read our full interview with Alison in the June issue of Curve in which she discusses her inspiration for the album, her attraction to gender fluidity, and the raw power of shamanism, magic, and transformation.
Watch the video to “Anymore” here.