THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen.

French / Finnish duo who've drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen

Their album, ‘Both Ways Open Jaws’, is released on November 14th, through Village Green.
Olivia is the O in The Dø. Dan is the D. The Dø rhymes with ‘d'oh’, as in Do, Re-Mi-Far-So...

They’ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut ‘A Mouthful’, and now France’s best kept secret, The Dø are set to conquer the UK.

Self-produced, with multi-instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax, piano, harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few, this is a brave LP, stubbornly like no-other. “We're looking for the diversity and richness of sound, surprises in the details, orchestral colours,” says Dan. “It certainly comes from our culture of classical music, our love of contemporary music, and of musicians like Charlie Mingus. The types of music that follow no map.”

Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes, Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal, no doubt thanks to Olivia’s bewitching vocals and song-writing skills. Olivia says, "I'm constantly after the ideal song, I believe in a song’s healing powers. As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals, then we can start arranging it in a million ways. The basic recipe will remain immutable."

She veers from the primal, invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope, replete with tribal chanting, and lead single ‘Too Insistent’ with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody, to the childlike; her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off, and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie.
Expect to be hearing a lot more of the pair as the year goes on.

Slippery Slope is available as a free download from September 12th

Lead single Too Insistent is released on 31st October

Both Ways Opens Jaws is released 14th November

Gonna Be Sick is released 16th January.

 

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French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen.

French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen

Their album, ‘Both Ways Open Jaws’, is released on November 14th, through Village Green.
Olivia is the O in The Dø. Dan is the D. The Dø rhymes with ‘d’oh’, as in Do, Re-Mi-Far-So…

They’ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut ‘A Mouthful’, and now France’s best kept secret, The Dø are set to conquer the UK.

Self-produced, with multi-instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax, piano, harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few, this is a brave LP, stubbornly like no-other. “We’re looking for the diversity and richness of sound, surprises in the details, orchestral colours,” says Dan. “It certainly comes from our culture of classical music, our love of contemporary music, and of musicians like Charlie Mingus. The types of music that follow no map.”

Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes, Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal, no doubt thanks to Olivia’s bewitching vocals and song-writing skills. Olivia says, “I’m constantly after the ideal song, I believe in a song’s healing powers. As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals, then we can start arranging it in a million ways. The basic recipe will remain immutable.”

She veers from the primal, invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope, replete with tribal chanting, and lead single ‘Too Insistent’ with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody, to the childlike; her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off, and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie.
Expect to be hearing a lot more of the pair as the year goes on.

Slippery Slope is available as a free download from September 12th

Lead single Too Insistent is released on 31st October

Both Ways Opens Jaws is released 14th November

Gonna Be Sick is released 16th January.

 

There are no support acts for this show.

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Wednesday 23 November 2011
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French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen.

French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen

Their album, ‘Both Ways Open Jaws’, is released on November 14th, through Village Green.
Olivia is the O in The Dø. Dan is the D. The Dø rhymes with ‘d’oh’, as in Do, Re-Mi-Far-So…

They’ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut ‘A Mouthful’, and now France’s best kept secret, The Dø are set to conquer the UK.

Self-produced, with multi-instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax, piano, harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few, this is a brave LP, stubbornly like no-other. “We’re looking for the diversity and richness of sound, surprises in the details, orchestral colours,” says Dan. “It certainly comes from our culture of classical music, our love of contemporary music, and of musicians like Charlie Mingus. The types of music that follow no map.”

Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes, Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal, no doubt thanks to Olivia’s bewitching vocals and song-writing skills. Olivia says, “I’m constantly after the ideal song, I believe in a song’s healing powers. As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals, then we can start arranging it in a million ways. The basic recipe will remain immutable.”

She veers from the primal, invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope, replete with tribal chanting, and lead single ‘Too Insistent’ with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody, to the childlike; her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off, and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie.
Expect to be hearing a lot more of the pair as the year goes on.

Slippery Slope is available as a free download from September 12th

Lead single Too Insistent is released on 31st October

Both Ways Opens Jaws is released 14th November

Gonna Be Sick is released 16th January.

 

There are no support acts for this show.

SOLD OUT

 

 

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Wednesday 23 November 2011
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French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen.

French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen

Their album, ‘Both Ways Open Jaws’, is released on November 14th, through Village Green.
Olivia is the O in The Dø. Dan is the D. The Dø rhymes with ‘d’oh’, as in Do, Re-Mi-Far-So…

They’ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut ‘A Mouthful’, and now France’s best kept secret, The Dø are set to conquer the UK.

Self-produced, with multi-instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax, piano, harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few, this is a brave LP, stubbornly like no-other. “We’re looking for the diversity and richness of sound, surprises in the details, orchestral colours,” says Dan. “It certainly comes from our culture of classical music, our love of contemporary music, and of musicians like Charlie Mingus. The types of music that follow no map.”

Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes, Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal, no doubt thanks to Olivia’s bewitching vocals and song-writing skills. Olivia says, “I’m constantly after the ideal song, I believe in a song’s healing powers. As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals, then we can start arranging it in a million ways. The basic recipe will remain immutable.”

She veers from the primal, invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope, replete with tribal chanting, and lead single ‘Too Insistent’ with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody, to the childlike; her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off, and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie.
Expect to be hearing a lot more of the pair as the year goes on.

Slippery Slope is available as a free download from September 12th

Lead single Too Insistent is released on 31st October

Both Ways Opens Jaws is released 14th November

Gonna Be Sick is released 16th January.

 

There are no support acts for this show.

SOLD OUT

 

 

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Wednesday 23 November 2011
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French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen.

French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen

Their album, ‘Both Ways Open Jaws’, is released on November 14th, through Village Green.
Olivia is the O in The Dø. Dan is the D. The Dø rhymes with ‘d’oh’, as in Do, Re-Mi-Far-So…

They’ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut ‘A Mouthful’, and now France’s best kept secret, The Dø are set to conquer the UK.

Self-produced, with multi-instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax, piano, harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few, this is a brave LP, stubbornly like no-other. “We’re looking for the diversity and richness of sound, surprises in the details, orchestral colours,” says Dan. “It certainly comes from our culture of classical music, our love of contemporary music, and of musicians like Charlie Mingus. The types of music that follow no map.”

Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes, Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal, no doubt thanks to Olivia’s bewitching vocals and song-writing skills. Olivia says, “I’m constantly after the ideal song, I believe in a song’s healing powers. As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals, then we can start arranging it in a million ways. The basic recipe will remain immutable.”

She veers from the primal, invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope, replete with tribal chanting, and lead single ‘Too Insistent’ with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody, to the childlike; her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off, and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie.
Expect to be hearing a lot more of the pair as the year goes on.

Slippery Slope is available as a free download from September 12th

Lead single Too Insistent is released on 31st October

Both Ways Opens Jaws is released 14th November

Gonna Be Sick is released 16th January.

 

There are no support acts for this show.

SOLD OUT

 

 

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THE DØ

THE DØ

Colours
Wednesday 23 November 2011
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French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen.

French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen

Their album, ‘Both Ways Open Jaws’, is released on November 14th, through Village Green.
Olivia is the O in The Dø. Dan is the D. The Dø rhymes with ‘d’oh’, as in Do, Re-Mi-Far-So…

They’ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut ‘A Mouthful’, and now France’s best kept secret, The Dø are set to conquer the UK.

Self-produced, with multi-instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax, piano, harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few, this is a brave LP, stubbornly like no-other. “We’re looking for the diversity and richness of sound, surprises in the details, orchestral colours,” says Dan. “It certainly comes from our culture of classical music, our love of contemporary music, and of musicians like Charlie Mingus. The types of music that follow no map.”

Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes, Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal, no doubt thanks to Olivia’s bewitching vocals and song-writing skills. Olivia says, “I’m constantly after the ideal song, I believe in a song’s healing powers. As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals, then we can start arranging it in a million ways. The basic recipe will remain immutable.”

She veers from the primal, invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope, replete with tribal chanting, and lead single ‘Too Insistent’ with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody, to the childlike; her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off, and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie.
Expect to be hearing a lot more of the pair as the year goes on.

Slippery Slope is available as a free download from September 12th

Lead single Too Insistent is released on 31st October

Both Ways Opens Jaws is released 14th November

Gonna Be Sick is released 16th January.

 

There are no support acts for this show.

SOLD OUT

 

 

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Colours
Wednesday 23 November 2011
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French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen.

French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen

Their album, ‘Both Ways Open Jaws’, is released on November 14th, through Village Green.
Olivia is the O in The Dø. Dan is the D. The Dø rhymes with ‘d’oh’, as in Do, Re-Mi-Far-So…

They’ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut ‘A Mouthful’, and now France’s best kept secret, The Dø are set to conquer the UK.

Self-produced, with multi-instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax, piano, harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few, this is a brave LP, stubbornly like no-other. “We’re looking for the diversity and richness of sound, surprises in the details, orchestral colours,” says Dan. “It certainly comes from our culture of classical music, our love of contemporary music, and of musicians like Charlie Mingus. The types of music that follow no map.”

Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes, Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal, no doubt thanks to Olivia’s bewitching vocals and song-writing skills. Olivia says, “I’m constantly after the ideal song, I believe in a song’s healing powers. As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals, then we can start arranging it in a million ways. The basic recipe will remain immutable.”

She veers from the primal, invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope, replete with tribal chanting, and lead single ‘Too Insistent’ with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody, to the childlike; her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off, and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie.
Expect to be hearing a lot more of the pair as the year goes on.

Slippery Slope is available as a free download from September 12th

Lead single Too Insistent is released on 31st October

Both Ways Opens Jaws is released 14th November

Gonna Be Sick is released 16th January.

 

There are no support acts for this show.

SOLD OUT

 

 

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Colours
Wednesday 23 November 2011
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French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen.

French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen

Their album, ‘Both Ways Open Jaws’, is released on November 14th, through Village Green.
Olivia is the O in The Dø. Dan is the D. The Dø rhymes with ‘d’oh’, as in Do, Re-Mi-Far-So…

They’ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut ‘A Mouthful’, and now France’s best kept secret, The Dø are set to conquer the UK.

Self-produced, with multi-instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax, piano, harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few, this is a brave LP, stubbornly like no-other. “We’re looking for the diversity and richness of sound, surprises in the details, orchestral colours,” says Dan. “It certainly comes from our culture of classical music, our love of contemporary music, and of musicians like Charlie Mingus. The types of music that follow no map.”

Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes, Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal, no doubt thanks to Olivia’s bewitching vocals and song-writing skills. Olivia says, “I’m constantly after the ideal song, I believe in a song’s healing powers. As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals, then we can start arranging it in a million ways. The basic recipe will remain immutable.”

She veers from the primal, invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope, replete with tribal chanting, and lead single ‘Too Insistent’ with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody, to the childlike; her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off, and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie.
Expect to be hearing a lot more of the pair as the year goes on.

Slippery Slope is available as a free download from September 12th

Lead single Too Insistent is released on 31st October

Both Ways Opens Jaws is released 14th November

Gonna Be Sick is released 16th January.

 

There are no support acts for this show.

SOLD OUT

 

 

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THE DØ

THE DØ

Colours
Wednesday 23 November 2011
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French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen.

French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen

Their album, ‘Both Ways Open Jaws’, is released on November 14th, through Village Green.
Olivia is the O in The Dø. Dan is the D. The Dø rhymes with ‘d’oh’, as in Do, Re-Mi-Far-So…

They’ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut ‘A Mouthful’, and now France’s best kept secret, The Dø are set to conquer the UK.

Self-produced, with multi-instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax, piano, harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few, this is a brave LP, stubbornly like no-other. “We’re looking for the diversity and richness of sound, surprises in the details, orchestral colours,” says Dan. “It certainly comes from our culture of classical music, our love of contemporary music, and of musicians like Charlie Mingus. The types of music that follow no map.”

Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes, Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal, no doubt thanks to Olivia’s bewitching vocals and song-writing skills. Olivia says, “I’m constantly after the ideal song, I believe in a song’s healing powers. As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals, then we can start arranging it in a million ways. The basic recipe will remain immutable.”

She veers from the primal, invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope, replete with tribal chanting, and lead single ‘Too Insistent’ with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody, to the childlike; her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off, and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie.
Expect to be hearing a lot more of the pair as the year goes on.

Slippery Slope is available as a free download from September 12th

Lead single Too Insistent is released on 31st October

Both Ways Opens Jaws is released 14th November

Gonna Be Sick is released 16th January.

 

There are no support acts for this show.

SOLD OUT

 

 

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THE DØ

THE DØ

Colours
Wednesday 23 November 2011
Sold Out

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French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen.

French / Finnish duo who’ve drawn comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Bjork and Duffy, THE DØ present their genre-jumping brilliance at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen

Their album, ‘Both Ways Open Jaws’, is released on November 14th, through Village Green.
Olivia is the O in The Dø. Dan is the D. The Dø rhymes with ‘d’oh’, as in Do, Re-Mi-Far-So…

They’ve already had a Number 1 album in France with stunning debut ‘A Mouthful’, and now France’s best kept secret, The Dø are set to conquer the UK.

Self-produced, with multi-instrumentalist Dan Levy taking turns on sax, piano, harpsichord and trumpet to name but a few, this is a brave LP, stubbornly like no-other. “We’re looking for the diversity and richness of sound, surprises in the details, orchestral colours,” says Dan. “It certainly comes from our culture of classical music, our love of contemporary music, and of musicians like Charlie Mingus. The types of music that follow no map.”

Technically accomplished and full of rich orchestration and electronic flourishes, Both Ways Open Jaws somehow still manages to keep a lightness of touch and an instant pop appeal, no doubt thanks to Olivia’s bewitching vocals and song-writing skills. Olivia says, “I’m constantly after the ideal song, I believe in a song’s healing powers. As long as the song exists in itself with just one instrument and vocals, then we can start arranging it in a million ways. The basic recipe will remain immutable.”

She veers from the primal, invoking the spectres of Fever Ray and Bjork with the percussion led Slippery Slope, replete with tribal chanting, and lead single ‘Too Insistent’ with its tirelessly catchy propulsive melody, to the childlike; her sweet vocals offsetting the unsettling imagery on opener Dust It Off, and the nursery rhyme rhythm of Bohemian Dances a little reminiscent of Joanna Newsom and CocoRosie.
Expect to be hearing a lot more of the pair as the year goes on.

Slippery Slope is available as a free download from September 12th

Lead single Too Insistent is released on 31st October

Both Ways Opens Jaws is released 14th November

Gonna Be Sick is released 16th January.

 

There are no support acts for this show.

SOLD OUT

 

 

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