Kings Of Convenience Share New Song, ‘Fever,’ From Forthcoming Album ‘Peace Or Love’

Kings Fever

Kings of Convenience―the Norwegian duo of Eirik Glambeck Boe and Erlend Oye―released “Fever,” the second track from their highly anticipated new album Peace or Love, out via IMPERIAL Music on June 18.

The band has amassed over a billion streams globally and the album marks their first album in over a decade. Today’s single is an intimate, bossa nova infused piece, with the duo’s chiming guitar melodies beautifully complimented by lilting strings and elegant piano. The song’s lyrics are a testament to their skill as writers, using the fever metaphor as a way of exploring love, both in its highs and its lows.

“Fever” is the song on Peace or Love that was the quickest to write, “born from a pure and simple burst of inspiration” explains Erlend. “The recording and arranging however, was as usual a long process, culminating in Eirik adding the riveting piano outro in the albums final days of recording in February 2020.

Kings of Convenience have also confirmed two shows at London’s Royal Festival Hall in September as well as dates throughout Europe. North American dates will be announced soon.

Buy or stream Kings of Convenience’s “Fever.”


Peace or Love Tracklist:

1. Rumours
02. Rocky Trail
03. Comb My Hair
04. Angel
05. Love Is A Lonely Thing
06. Fever
07. Killers
08. Ask for Help
09. Catholic Country
10. Song About It
11. Washing Machine

Kings Of Convenience Tour Dates:

Sep 19 – Grieghallen – Bergen, Norway
Sep 21 – Sentrum Scene – Oslo, Norway
Sept 26 – Royal Festival Hall – London (Matinee)
Sept 26 – Royal Festival Hall – London (Evening show)
Oct 18 – Teatro Lope de Vega – Madrid, Spain
Oct 19 – La Rambleta – Valencia, Spain
Oct 21- L’Auditori – Barcelona, Spain
Oct 26 – Teatro Metropolitan – Catania, Italy
Oct 29 – Teatro Manzoni – Bologna, Italy
Nov 1 – Teatro degli Arcimboldi – Milan, Italy
Mar 15 – TivoliVredenburg – Utrecht, Netherlands
Mar 17 – Theater 11- Zurich, Switzerland
Mar 19 – Salle Pleyel – Paris, France
Mar 21 – Cirque Royale – Brussels, Belgium
Mar 22 – Den Atelier – Luxembourg
Mar 26 – Filadelfiakyrkan – Stockholm, Sweden
May 16 – Coliseu do Porto – Porto, Portugal
May 18 – Coliseum – Lisbon, Portugal
Jun 7 – Admiralspalast – Berlin, Germany
Jun 14 – Laeiszhalle – Hamburg, Germany

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