Powerkompany Celebrates Fever and Chills Release

Local electro-pop duo Powerkompany have completed a new full-length, Fever and Chills—the follow-up to 2013’s I Am More Than This—and celebrates the release of the album, out Feb. 5, with a show at Live Wire Athens on Friday.

Produced by studio hotshot Andy LeMaster, the group’s new record “ranges from calm to agitated, from sparse to lush, and from traditional, familiar elements to the bizarre,” according to the band.

Stream Fever and Chills‘ dramatic lead single, “Can’t Cry,” below:

In addition to Powerkompany’s set, Friday’s show also features trapeze dancers, live painting and a performance by Timi Conley and Kite to the Moon.


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