Zola Jesus released her debut full album while studying at the University of Wisconsin, but it wasn’t until 2010, when she released the Stridulum EP that she was accessible enough to start garnering significant attention. From this point on her classically-trained, unconventionally-used voice made people sit up, reminding people of the gothic side of Kate Bush.
A combination of electronic, goth, rock and classical music, mixed experimentally together, Zola Jesus is fascinatingly dark, her voice sewing these different elements together.
Part of the Illuminations Festival, performing at the Islington Assembly Hall, Zola Jesus will be performing songs largely from her most recent album Taiga (released in October 2014), but we also expect to see moments from earlier works.
|What||Zola Jesus, Islington Assembly Hall|
|Where||Islington Assembly Hall, Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 2UD | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Highbury & Islington (underground)|
On 07 Nov 15, 7:00 PM – 12:00 AM
|Website||Click here to book via Songkick|