Of Monsters & Men / Ulster Hall, Belfast / Tickets & info
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Of Monsters & Men
Thursday 24th October 2019
Ulster Hall, Belfast
Tickets on sale Wed 12 Jun 2019 @ 9:00
Fans who pre-order FEVER DREAM between Thursday 6th June and 12pm on 11th June will be granted pre-sale access to the UK / IRE tour.
Fans are also able to sign up for the pre-sale code with no purchase necessary (NB. codes to be delivered evening of Tuesday 11th June, with pre-sale starting Wednesday 12th June).
The band recently released the first single from FEVER DREAM, check out “Alligator” here. In addition, the band announced the album with a series of exclusive limited-edition vinyl available on their online store. The first two editions sold out instantly.
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“Alligator” is the first single from OMAM’s upcoming album FEVER DREAM. On the empowering anthem Nanna Bryndis Hilmarsdóttir, writer and co-vocalist reflects “The song is a mix of many different emotions that come together to create a confusing chaotic state. We wanted the song to feel like a train that keeps going, like an alligator that is rugged and heavy and charges at you. The lyrics tell a story of being completely lost in a “fever dream” state and embracing the chaos that comes with it. It’s a song that embraces femininity and the feeling of being vulnerable yet strong, because ultimately, that is the same thing.”
FEVER DREAM was co-produced by Rich Costey (MUSE, Vampire Weekend, Chvrches) and is the band’s third studio album.
OF MONSTERS AND MEN went from the talk of Iceland to the top of the global conversation on their 2011 debut, My Head Is An Animal. Not only did the record go platinum, but it also produced an international smash in the form of “Little Talks.” The breakthrough single earned a quintuple-platinum certification from the RIAA, made history as “the first song by an Icelandic band to cross 1 billion streams on Spotify,” and landed the band a performance on Saturday Night Live. The group appeared on official soundtracks for franchises such as The Hunger Games, The Walking Dead, and Beat Bugs, to name a few. In the midst of this rapid rise, 2015’s Beneath The Skin bowed in the Top 3 of the Billboard Top 200 and the band starred in an episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones in the same year.