Fever Ray Shares Live Track

Fever Ray has released “I’m Not Done (Still Not Done),” "a track from the first album in new costume,” according to Karin Dreijer
Fever Ray “I’m Not Done (Still Not Done),”

Fever Ray has released “I’m Not Done (Still Not Done),” “a track from the first album in new costume,” according to Karin Dreijer. The original “I’m Not Done” from Fever Ray’s 2009 self-titled debut is the basis of this new recording ten years on. This release signifies the beginning of the end of another Fever Ray cycle of work.

“I’m Not Done (Still Not Done)” is based on the live version of the original, which was performed and recorded at Fever Ray’s March 2018 show at Troxy in London. The live version of the track, features vocals from Dreijer as well as collaborators Helena Gutarra and Maryam Nikandish. It is taken from Fever Ray’s upcoming album, Live At Troxy, which will be released digitally on August 2 via Mute. Both songs are available ahead of the release.

For the live tour following the release of Fever Ray’s 2017 album, Plunge, Dreijer was adamant about working with as many women or non-binary people as a male-dominated music and live industry would allow. Dreijer invited five other performers to collaborate with them on the production and design of the show. Five out of the six performers involved are around 40 years old and four of them have children, evidence of Dreijer’s commitment to challenging perceived norms not just around gender, but age, sexuality and motherhood too – all themes found on Plunge.

Fever Ray
Live At Troxy
Tracklist

1. An Itch
2. Part Of Us
3. When I Grow Up
4. Mustn’t Hurry
5. This Country
6. Falling
7. Wanna Sip
8. I’m Not Done
9. Red Trails
10. Concrete Walls
11. To The Moon And Back
12. Triangle Walks
13. IDK About You
14. Keep The Streets Empty For Me
15. If I Had A Heart
16. Mama’s Hand

Fever Ray has been invited by her performance artist and musician friend CHRISTEENE to perform as a special guest at London’s Barbican on September 22 for an homage to Sinead O’Connor’s The Lion and The Cobra. Further information available here.