Singer-songwriter, artist and provocateur Momus is over from Japan to revamp his Bowie cabaret for the opening event of Where Are We Now? Momus, a former Creation Records star with his own cult following, will explore the late counter-culture king David Bowie through song, film, visuals and more. This includes the crowning moment when David Bowie sanctioned his version of Where Are We Now? released on Bowie’s birthday in 2013 and covered by Momus just hours later. David Bowie is the cultural figure without whom Momus (and many other artists) simply wouldn’t have existed.
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Where Are We Now? will be a summer festival like no other: a gathering of time-served trouble-makers, spoken word rebels, artistic mavericks and leftfield music pioneers. We’ll be converging on the city of Hull to ask of today’s counter-culture the soaring, searching question with which David Bowie kissed us goodbye.
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