As a consequence of the situation with Coronavirus, Juana Molina has sadly been forced to cancel her Autumn tour. Nonetheless, we are very happy to announce that her concert at ALICE has been moved to a new date – from December 11th to April 23rd 2021. We encourage you to keep your ticket for the new date, but a refund is of course possible if you are not able to make it. Please send your request to email@example.com, at the latest one month before the new date. Stay tuned about updates on ALICE and the Coronavirus situation here.
When acclaimed Argentinian musician and alternative icon Juana Molina arrived with her band on the site of the Roskilde festival in July 2018, they found that the airline had misplaced their backline, all they had with them was Juana’s guitar. They decided to go ahead and play a set anyway, using the guitar and instruments which were onstage, i.e. a keyboard and a drum kit. They played a wild set of improvised versions of Juana’s songs, and the fans were delighted to witness such a special show. Since that day, Juana and her bandmates took to including a punkish version of “Paraguaya” in their live sets.
Now, several months later, Juana Molina releases the EP “Forfun” on Crammed Discs. An EP directly inspired by the playful and unpredictable mood of the Roskilde Festival show. We’re delighted that Juana Molina and her band will follow up the release with a European tour. A tour which will also bring them to ALICE where they will play an intimate show. Without doubt, Molina is one of the most important alternative musicians in Argentina. And with her sophisticated blend of folk, art pop and electronica, she has created her very own style. Her latest album, “Halo”, has been labelled a highlight of her career by several journalists. And The Sunday Times called it: “An album veering on genius”.