CocoRosie / Youth Lagoon

A lush, lyrical and otherworldly double-bill

20 July 2013 / 19:30

£15 - 22.50

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EVENT INFORMATION: 7.30-8.20: Youth Lagoon, Interval: 20 mins, 8.40 – 10.10: CocoRosie This event is now SOLD OUT. Don't miss out on your favourite artists - sign up to our Contemporary Music emails or join our Facebook page.

American duo CocoRosie returns with a powerfully poetic blend of organic and electronic in their fifth studio album, Tales Of A GrassWidow (City Slang), produced in association with Valgeir Sigurðsson (Bjork, Nico Muhly).

Expanding on the woozy psychedelia of his 2010 debut The Year of Hibernation, Trevor Powers aka Youth Lagoon presents Wondrous Bughouse (Fat Possum) – an album which stems from an increasing fascination with 'where the spiritual meets the physical world.’

'Magical-realism pop' ★★★★ Guardian on CocoRosie

'If you feel like the dark center of the universe or simply need a little space, Wondrous Bughouse obliges' 8.7/10 Pitchfork

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