Alice Boman

Alice Boman

Sun · April 1, 2018

7:30 pm

$10.00 - $13.00

This event is 21 and over

Alice Boman
Alice Boman
“This song is a breath of fresh air that constantly shifts and evolves. It feels like a classic piece of pop music, but it lives in a whimsical soundscape that blossoms over time, Boman's delicate voice taking flight overhead.” - The Wild Honey Pie on “End of Time”

"Swedish songwriter Alice Boman is a ghostly, whispered presence in "Dreams," which starts as an elegy and ends with solace" - THE NEW YORK TIMES
“A subtle, nuanced balance between enthralling dream pop and stark confessional” - CLASH
“Sublime, heartbreaking” - GORILLA VS. BEAR

Today, Sweden’s Alice Boman announced her first U.S. shows in 3 years -- an intimate set at NYC’s Manderley Bar at McKittrick Hotel on March 26th, a Brooklyn show at Murmrr Theatre supporting Bing & Ruth on March 27th, and an LA show at Moroccan Lounge on April 1st. Tickets for Murmrr Theatre go on-sale Friday February 9th. See below for a full itinerary.

Last week, Boman shared a video for her entrancing new song "End of Time,” which follows “Dreams” -- the “sublime, heartbreaking” (Gorilla vs. Bear) single that earned early acclaim from The New York Times, Billboard, KEXP, The Line of Best Fit, Beats1, and more. Directed by frequent collaborator Jeanne Lula Chauveau, the “End of Time” video finds Boman and a dancer interacting on a dimly lit bridge in Paris, adding another dreamlike layer to the kaleidoscopic track. “End of Time” is a stark declaration of devotion, made all the more powerful by her evocative vocal delivery.

Produced by Fabian Prynn and Tom Malmros in studios in London and Sweden, “Dreams” and “End of Time” find Boman ready to return to the musical fray. “I wanted to record in a proper studio -- I wanted to try something bigger,” she says of her earliest aspirations. That’s something which “Dreams” (and her “almost there” upcoming debut LP) has helped to realize.

Boman’s delicate bedroom compositions have captured hearts and minds across the globe, and she’s played over 120 shows since their release (including tours of the U.S. and Europe, and performances at Green Man, Visions and End Of The Road festivals), and earned praise from The Fader, NPR Music, The Guardian, Entertainment Weekly, among others, plus numerous TV and film syncs, including Suits, Being Human, and the feature film Paper Towns. Boman even made a guest appearance and performance on Amazon's hit TV series Transparent (the show used her song “Waiting (PAL remix)” as Season 2’s thematic motif throughout). 2018 looks set to build on that early promise.
Venue Information:
Moroccan Lounge
901 E 1st St
Los Angeles, CA, 90012
http://www.themoroccan.com/