We are sorry to announce that Nevermen are postponing their February 2016 tour due to a familyillness. This means that sadly their Barbican Hall date on Wednesday 17 February 2016 has been cancelled.
The band plans and hopes to be able to reschedule these concert dates in the near future. To be informed of the rescheduled date, sign up to our e-news.
After spending the past seven years crafting demos in Brooklyn warehouses and trading ideas over email, the collaborative project from Faith No More frontman Mike Patton, TV on the Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe and art-rapper Adam 'Doseone' Drucker perform their first UK show, unveiling music from their debut album.
Bringing together three frontmen, each with their own distinct energy and personality, the Nevermen are less a supergroup and more a three-headed, shapeshifting beast – three unique voices working together as one. From Patton’s incredible vocal range, sharpened over years of experience with an extensive list of art-rock projects, to Doseone’s snarling hiss and rapid delivery, to Adebimpe’s nuanced feel for melody, their vocals deftly weave in and out of each other over swirling electronics and chopped samples.
With their members shared interest in experimentation, it’s unsurprising that the Nevermen’s music is difficult to define. Drawing on elements of electronica, rap and indie-rock, their music seems to shift between genres even within the space of a song, like watching something wholly new take shape before you.