Once again Fat Controller is supplying the goods, announcing that Swedish pop sensation, Elliphant is coming to play All You Can Eat on November 11th. The singer/songwriter is in the country next month for Newcastle's This That Festival and also recently announced to play Melbourne's Music Week alongside local artists such as The Delta Riggs and the Pierce Brothers.
In only a few years, Elliphant’s has cemented herself as a force to be reckoned with, through defying expectations, constantly pushing boundaries and creating a unique blend of reggae and electro-pop. Prior to the release of her second studio album, Living Life Golden, Elliphant had released two successful EPs in the United States which saw her work alongside musical heavyweights such as Diplo, Skrillex and Danish singer, MØ. Her latest release saw her once again take it to the next level, with collaborations with Azealia Banks and Major Lazer. Her Adelaide show is definitely not one to miss!
Fat Controller will also be celebrating their first birthday next month, proving that they have become one of Adelaide's most vibrant live music venue over the past year and bringing our fine city some of the biggest names in the music industry.
WHEN: 9pm 11th of November
WHERE: All You Can Eat, Fat Controller
TICKETS: On sale now here!
Header image via Elliphant
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