Michael Kiwanuka

25 May 2022

Doors open 18:30

The Great Hall

Michael Kiwanuka’s third album, KIWANUKA, is out through Polydor Records. It arrives to much critical acclaim as one of Britain’s most talented songwriters resets the bar once again.

KIWANUKA is the follow-up to Michael’s number 1 second album, Love & Hate, released back in July 2016 that resonated broadly both critically and in the public’s affections, netting the British musician his second Mercury Prize nomination and his second and third BRIT nominations too.

Recorded in New York, LA and London, Michael returned to the studio with Danger Mouse and Inflo, the same production team that combined so magnificently on Love & Hate, KIWANUKA finds a new assuredness in Michael’s writing, and takes the basic sonic blueprint of that last record to a dizzying new realm.

“a career-defining masterpiece” ***** – Q Magazine

“Thoughtful, emotional, expertly crafted and often sublime” **** – Mojo

KIWANUKA is structured in movements like a classical symphony” ********* – Uncut

“This is Michael Kiwanuka’s time…One of our most distinctive and thoughtful songwriters”Album of the Week, Sunday Times Culture

“A heavy soul masterpiece” The Observer

“a stunning cinematic-soul display” **** – DORK

“A work of stunning range and depth” ********* – Gigwise

“This is an exceptionally compelling, absorbing, rich, and genuinely human piece of work” ********** – The Line of Best Fit

With support from Wild Front

14+ Under 16s accompanied by an adult over the age of 21

This is a rescheduled date from 17 September 2020. Original tickets remain valid. Please contact your ticketing provider in the first instance if you have any queries.

How to get here

Alexandra Palace
Alexandra Palace Way
N22 7AY

Tube: Wood Green
Railway: Alexandra Palace Rail
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