Fourplay String Quartet Performs ‘Neverwhere’ Live From Happy


Get ready to have your mind blown by Australian virtuoso’s FourPlay String Quartet in our latest Live From Happy series.

FourPlay String Quartet deliver a live performance of “Neverwhere” lifted from their collab with Neil Gaiman’s “Signs of Life,” all the way from our very own Noise Machines studio.

The Live from Happy session was made possible by the invaluable support of Mode, whose evocative seltzers skilfully capture the essence of nostalgic moments, transporting you to cherished memories with every sip.

FourPlay String Quartet

Hailing from Australia, FourPlay String Quartet is creating quite a stir with their debut vinyl release, “A Taste Of…”

After successfully collaborating with Neil Gaiman on his debut album “Signs of Life” – Gaiman, known for his literary works “American Gods,” “Sandman,” and “Coraline,”  propelled FourPlay String Quartet into the spotlight, leading to performances at prestigious venues like the Sydney Opera House and Carnegie Hall.

Now, with their first ever vinyl album, their unique blend of classical instruments and modern genres takes center stage withA Taste Of…”  culminating in a retrospective journey that features some standout adaptations, including Radiohead’s “2 + 2 = 5” and The Strokes’ “Reptilia.”

With these renditions, FourPlay String Quartet’s ability to maintain the core essence of the original tracks all the while infusing their distinct touch, makes for a compelling and exciting listen.

 “A Taste Of…” marks a significant milestone for the quartet, and as the echoes of their performance resonate, it’s evident that FourPlay String Quartet’s journey deserves attention, earning them a notable spot in both classical and modern music landscapes.

To find out more about FourPlay String Quartet head over to their Instagram.

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