The global virtual performance will be broadcast online from Nov. 10 through 14, as well as in some U.K. movie theaters.
“The Crazy Face Factory is more than a workplace, it’s where I chase my ideas, dreams of music, imagination, and plans,” Marr said in a statement. “Industrial and industrious. I spend days on end there, nights there alone. It’s Call the Comet, Armatopia… where I live Fever Dreams.”
In a recent trailer for the show, Marr added, “There’s not too many places like this really. So I thought we’ll give people an opportunity to see what we do.”
Marr also recently announced a new double album, Fever Dreams Pts 1-4, his fourth solo full-length release. The double album is due to be released Feb. 25, 2022 via BMG.
The first quarter of the album, the Fever Dreams Pt 1 EP, was released digitally and on limited-edition vinyl on Oct. 15, featuring tracks “Spirit Power and Soul,” “Receiver,” “All These Days,” and “Ariel.”
Speaking about the album, the legendary guitarist said, “There’s a set of influences and a very broad sound that I’ve been developing — really since getting out of the Smiths until now, and I hear it in this record. There are so many strands of music in it. We didn’t do that consciously, but I think I’ve got a vocabulary of sound. And I feel very satisfied that I’ve been able to harness it.”
Tickets for the Live at the Crazy Face Factory are available here.