Theatre - Unallocated Seating
Pumarosa announce a headline show at EartH just after the premiere of their new single ‘Fall Apart’, a frenetic composition influenced by electronic producers such as Aphex Twin and Autechre. This is a departure from their guitar-driven debut mirrors the irreversible shift in Pumarosa’s own circumstances: shattering diagnoses, new beginnings and a strange optimism - the promise of what can be built only after total annihilation - all fed into a record that feels like an exhilarating affirmation of life.
Reviews for Pumarosa’s live shows:
“Former dancer and theatre designer Isabel Munoz-Newsome proves herself a captivating frontwoman for these hotly tipped rockers” - The Guardian ★★★★
“Cross disciplinary musicianship that treads a fine line between musical wizardry and the theatrical” - Bristol In Stereo
“Between [Isobel Munoz-Newsome’s] dominating, record-perfect vocals and spirit-summoning dances, she’s bewitching […] there’s not a single person in the room that can resist the charm of her spell.” - DIY