Kings of Comfort–the Norwegian duo of Eirik Glambeck Boe and Erlend Oyehave–has introduced a fall tour of the U.S., marking its first time stateside since 2011.
The dates kick off October 24 with a present at Webster Corridor in New York Metropolis and conclude in Los Angeles on the Fonda Theatre on November 3. Alongside the way in which, the band stops in Washington, DC, Chicago, and San Francisco, amongst different markets. Tickets are on-sale Wednesday, April 12 at 10am native time.
The band’s newest album, Peace Or Love was launched in 2021 to world-wide vital acclaim. Peace Or Love featured singles “Catholic Nation” (feat. Feist), the bossanova impressed “Fever,” and the contemplative “Rocky Path,” amongst different fan favorites.
The band has amassed over a billion streams globally and the 2021 album marked their first album in over a decade. The aforementioned “Fever” options the duo’s chiming guitar melodies fantastically complimented by lilting strings and chic piano. The music’s lyrics are a testomony to their talent as writers, utilizing the fever metaphor as a means of exploring love, each in its highs and its lows.
When the duo unveiled the one, Erland Oyehave mentioned, “‘Fever’ is the music on Peace or Love that was the quickest to write down, born from a pure and easy burst of inspiration. The recording and arranging nevertheless, was as typical an extended course of, culminating in Eirik including the riveting piano outro within the album’s ultimate days of recording in February 2020.
Eirik Glambeck Boe and Erlend Oye met at college in Bergen, Norway and first carried out collectively within the rock band Skog earlier than breaking off and forming a duo in 1998. The pair established themselves as inadvertent trailblazers of a brand new wave of intimate, acoustic music. They’ve launched three critically acclaimed albums, toured all around the globe, and cultivated a devoted fanbase.
Kings of Comfort Fall Tour Dates:
10/24 – Webster Corridor – New York, NY
10/25 – 9:30 Membership – Washington, DC
10/27 – Mr. Smalls Theatre – Pittsburgh, PA
10/28 – The Vic Theatre – Chicago, IL
10/30 – The Neptune Theatre – Seattle, WA
11/1 – The Fillmore – San Francisco, CA
11/3 – The Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA