Grégoire Fray’s acoustic escapade, The Hills Mover, finds its origins in his own personal mythology (previously suggested in his post-industrial project Thot) and develops itself through aerial songs based on a minimalist sonic architecture. After two Ep (“Dead Notes” and “Winter Shade”) and a collaboration with Canadian songwriter Eamon McGrath (Shadows on The Night), he toured across West and Central Europe all over 2016. Fray ended the year by releasing the astonishing music video for his song “Asger”, showing multiple kinbaku (form of japanese bondage performances).
As a part of a big Balkan tour, he will play his accoustic set in the garden of KC Grad, on wednesday April 12, at 21.
Entrance is free.