Carly Rae Jepsen, photo Matt Martin

Carly Rae Jepsen

Somerset House Summer Series with American Express

Mon 11 Jul 2022
Doors 19.30
£38.75 (includes £3.75 booking fee)

For telephone bookings call our booking line on 0343 208 1497, lines are open between 09.00 - 20.00 - Mon-Fri, 10.00-20.00 - Sat, 10.00 - 18.00 Sun and Bank Holidays

The Edmond J. Safra
Fountain Court

A pop-music polymath, multi-platinum Grammy, Juno and Polaris Prize nominated singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen is an icon of her generation and joins us to light up Summer Series.

The Canadian artist released her critically acclaimed, 80s inspired album E*MO*TION in 2015, giving us the pop classics and fan-favourites Run Away With Me, Boy Problems and Your Type, and was heralded as a,"solid and spotless pop album" by Pitchfork. 

Jepsen returned with her 2019, disco-synth-pop album Dedicated which featured the buoyant singles Party for One, Now That I Found You, and the Jack Antonoff-produced Want You in My Room, all of which were named among the top songs of 2019 by Rolling Stone, Stereogum and Pitchfork. A year later, she followed up with the companion album Dedicated Side B, a sleek collection of dance-pop pleasures. 

Jepsen recently celebrated the tenth anniversary of her global hit song Call Me Maybe, which Billboard memorably described as the “greatest chorus of the 21st century”. The single reached number one on the iTunes singles chart in over 47 countries and sold over 20 million copies worldwide. 

Get ready for a Summer Series party with this genuine pop icon.

Indisputable pop genius

Carly Rae Jepsen, Call Me Maybe


Over the last decade, Nathan Jenkins, who goes by the name Bullion, has created a series of records featuring momentous, contemplative pop songs in miniature. He hosted a show on London’s NTS online radio station before moving to Portugal for two years to seek out and perfect his own tracks, which start with the quotidian elements of life, yet generate arresting and sublime harmonic hooks from layered, fragmented and repeating textures. 

Prepare to be enchanted by unexpected trajectories and tantalising, bittersweet synth pop.

Bullion, We Had A Good Time

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