Formerly known as Chet Faker, Murphy will bring his rougher and more electronic sound to Paradiso Amsterdam on October 17th.
After recent festival news on Tomorrowland's 15-year anniversary celebration and Weval at Concertgebouw, we follow up with the first confirmed headliner in Paradiso's ADE lineup. As Chet Faker, Nick Murphy gained fame with his debut album Built on Glass. The Australian singer-songwriter is known for his dynamic live shows featuring a soulful combination of electronics, indie pop and R&B.
Since the farewell to his stage name, Nick Murphy's music has become rougher and more electronic. Nick Murphy has been travelling around the world with a microphone in his suitcase for the past four years. The result can be heard on his new album 'Run Fast Sleep Naked', to be released this spring.
Leidseplein powerhouse Paradiso has hosted ADE events for many years now. As one of Amsterdam's most prominent venues, this converted former church building has lent its concert halls to the likes of Jon Hopkins, Roisin Murphy, Hunee, Orbital, Armin van Buuren, Motor City Drum Ensemble, LYZZA, Chic and Kraftwerk.