Following Sivert Høyem’s extremely successful performances at the Herod Atticus Odeon, news broke about the formation of a new band, very different in scale and tone to Madrugada. Paradise was created to stress the inherent power of a live performance based on the simplicity of a powerful lyricism.

Paradise is made up of Sivert Høyem (Madrugada), Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey), Simone Butler (Primal Scream), and Rob McVey (Marianne Faithfull band). On November 25, Paradise will play Gagarin 205, in a performance that is part of the celebration for the stage’s 15 years. Advance ticket sales have begun; early bird tickets sell for 25, and then general pre-sale is at 28. Tickets at the door will cost 30.

You can get tickets by clicking here.

Find more information on the band, and their other two performances in Patra and Thessaloniki, here and here.