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Taken 23-Aug-13
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Emilie Autumn live at The Picturehouse, Edinburgh

Beautiful, bizarre and brazen sonic seductress and violinist extraordinaire, Emilie Autumn performs to promote her ”Fight Like A Girl” tour.

Each show promises to be an unforgettable adventure, and is never the same way twice. Not a rock show, but a rock opera with a real story to tell, the “Fight Like A Girl” tour will undoubtedly be Emilie Autumn’s most memorable run yet. Whether you’re one of her affectionately dubbed “Plague Rats” or amongst the uninitiated, this is a lavish and powerfully entertaining spectacle that is not to be missed.

Beyond her dramatic vocal performance, which masterfully fluctuates from operatic to filthy industrial and back again (she’s notorious for performing Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody as a nightly encore), she elegantly strikes that effervescent balance between sex, violence, and English literature. Part Broadway, part Vaudeville, part rock concert, part history lesson, and part mad tea party, there is nothing remotely like it anywhere…

It’s more brutal, bloody, and beautiful, “affirms the ringleader with a playful grin. There is more girl-on-girl action and glitter. The corsets are even tighter. It’s become a Victorian Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. It’s a roller coaster ride. You’re going to feel like you’ve stepped into a dark Disneyland, and you aren’t going to want to leave.

Picture: Alan Rennie