‘…joining the visionary poetic tradition of William Blake and TS Eliot with the shape-shifting energy of hip-hop artists such as the Wu-Tang Clan and MF Doom.’
The Observer ★★★★★
‘On Let them Eat Chaos, Tempest has cemented herself as a poet/rapper of the highest order, who isn’t happy just make the masses smile, but to challenge and make them think and love too.’
Drowned in Sound ★★★★
Kate Tempest’s follow-up to the dazzling Everybody Down is similarly ambitious in scope, fired by the same compassion and delivered with the same level of energised loquacity.
The Independent ★★★★
‘Let Them Eat Chaos’ is one of the most unique and interesting projects of 2016.’
Clash Mag ★★★★
‘She forges a mighty hammer and her album has a thunderous resonance for our times.’
The Line of Best Fit ★★★★
Tempest has delivered a compelling, thought-provoking insight into our troubled times.
DIY mag ★★★★
‘Undoubtedly a contender for one of the most important pieces of music released this year, Let Them Eat Chaos dazzles with its linguistically-created, vivid imagery, and ability to evoke overwhelming atmosphere through its sound.’
The Skinny ★★★★
‘Channelling the vivacity of the Beatnik poets in her hurtling metre and arrestingly forensic imagery, Tempest unravels a modesty in the metaphysics all the more powerful for its naturalism.’
The 405 ★★★★
Europe Is Lost
Don’t Fall In
Album artwork by Peter Kennard.
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