The British artist’s rock witchcraft is full of swagger as she returns to the stage with a wild, dense and majestic new record.
Almost ten years ago, Anna Calvi came to dance on our doubts with electrifying melancholy. Two tracks, “Blackout” and “Suzanne and I” brought immediate and deserved success. Since then, the bewitching British singer, still accompanied by her Fender guitar, has set fire to clichés of genre by blowing on the devastating embers of folk music. Committed, a militant who asserts her queer identity, Calvi returns to the stage with a third album, “Hunter”. A singer with an ample voice and striking rock agility who expresses her desires through stormy riffs and comforting embraces. Her voice, her Fender, for a solo in the mythical hall of the Alhambra!