If we haven’t been kitted out in the thrills of excitement already concerning electro- rock outfit Dangerous Muse’s impending debut UK performance, presented at EQ Live on 21st August at Underbelly – Hoxton. Then what we are about to share is definitely going some way to fully awaken our audio and visual senses in a most spectacular fashion.
Coming from Dangerous Muse’s current release of the “Red” EP, second focus single “Fame Kills” see’s Mike Furey head up a visual epic worked of fashion and art, combined with cutting edge music direction and which brings together a conceptual body of work which is highly mesmerising in the first instance and whilst, on the back of that leads into deeper sphere of engagement and understanding of it’s creative tone and vision.
“Fame Kills” itself concerns the story of a girl who aspires to be a superstar and of a boy that tries to reach her before she loses all sense of herself. Through the highly visual concept it plays out to an audience with a theme intact of high fashion industrial dystopia and is further released in dedication to the legacy of make-up artist and drag icon Scott Andrew who conceived the make-up looks within the visual.
Eye-catching doesn’t go anyway near the experience met by the visual, since it is arrestingly compelling viewing every which way you look at it, no matter how many times you look at it, all with the dynamically charged electro-rock soundtrack glittering at the heart of it.
Who’d now not wish to experience Dangerous Muse up close and personal!
Further details and ticketing information regarding EQ Live Presents Dangerous Muse in London can be found here.