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Fever Ray returns in a diminished capacity with a long-awaited sophomore album.
Plunge is the second studio album by Fever Ray, an alias of Swedish musician Karin Dreijer. It was released on 27 October 2017 through Rabid Records. It is her first album in nearly nine years, following her 2009 eponymous debut. The album was largely recorded in Dreijer's Stockholm studio in collaboration with producers Paula Temple, Deena Abdelwahed, Nídia, Tami T, Peder Mannerfelt, and Johannes Berglund.
Plunge was surprise released on 27 October 2017 without prior announcement. It was released a week after the release of the lead single, "To the Moon and Back". The album will be released physically.
Plunge feels much more manic, more conflicted, than her debut. If Fever Ray was distinguished by its penumbral chill, this album puts the heat and light back into her alias: the fever, the radiance, the beams emanating from red-ringed eyes.
Fever Ray. Released October 27, 2017.
Plunge is a worthy addition to Dreijer’s career discography, and fans of Fever Ray and the Knife are sure to enjoy it. It’s an energetic and erotic record that may very well soundtrack some of the freakier parties you attend this fall. Still, it doesn’t capture the full scope of Dreijer’s ambition. Plunge is a very unique album that can be as melodic and intimate as it can be chilling and alien. After repeated plays, all of these aspects end up being enjoyed since it is apparent that these songs were built with an honest, emotional grit.
Listen free to Fever Ray – Plunge (Wanna Sip, Mustn't Hurry and more). Released on October 27th, 2017 without prior announcement, preceded only by two online teaser videos titled "Switch Seeks Same" and "A New Friend" and the release and music video of lead single To the Moon and Back. Recorded in Karin Dreijer's Stockholm studio in collaboration with the producers Paula Temple, Deena Abdelwahed, NÍDIA, Tami T, Peder Mannerfelt and Johannes Berglund.
Released date 02 February 2015. Labels Left Hand Path Tapes. Music StyleStoner Doom. Members owning this album0. 3. Three Stage Mammoth Grinder.
Fever Ray - Plunge "This country makes it hard to fuck!" Karin Dreijer bellows on "This Country," one of the more startling songs in her catalogue. No definitions in our own needs," she sings, "The perverts define my fuck history. That's just one of many defiantly queer moments on Plunge, an album that uses sexuality and self-determination as a weapon against the oppression of normalcy. We're not attractive to this country's standards," she practically spits
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- Artwork – Max Creed
- Artwork, Photography – Will Mecca
- Bass, Vocals – Cade Bundrick
- Drums – Miles DeBruin
- Guitar – Donovan Ford