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Kele Okereke recently announced a string of intimate Australian shows in support of his latest solo album Fatherland.
Legendary for dissecting the tumult of modern life through his much-loved back catalogue, the Bloc Party frontman has taken a step back from the bright lights and moved into some more hushed and delicate atmospheres this time around.
A work of rare beauty and contrast, Fatherland sees Okereke guiding us through explorations of new responsibilities, established relationships and cultural identity by employing delicate folk, sumptuous soul and even a touch of cabaret for good measure.
While instrumentally a world away from the output of the newly reinvented Bloc Party (their most recent record Hymns was a hit in 2016), the conviction in Okereke’s inimitable voice is strong throughout, and remains the reliable focal point that has held audiences in rapture for more than a decade.
Fatherland is a record that begs to be explored in the kind of intimacy that only the stages chosen for these unique dates can provide.
Kele Okereke 2018 Tour Dates
THURSDAY 29 MARCH – OLD MUSEUM, BRISBANE
FRIDAY 30 MARCH – THE BASEMENT, SYDNEY
SATURDAY 31 MARCH – SPOTTED MALLARD, MELBOURNE