Perfume Genius

pop musician

Guest

Musicians:
Mike Hadreas – Lead Vocals,Piano, Guitar
Tom Bromley – Guitar, Bass
Blake Mills - Guitar
Alan Wyffels – Keys, Background Vocals
Herve Becart – Drums

Perfume Genius on KCRW

Perfume Genius joins KCRW to perform tracks from his heralded 2020 album "Set My Heart On Fire Immediately," and also covers Leonard Cohen.

In Residence: Perfume Genius covers Leonard Cohen and performs acclaimed new work

Perfume Genius joins KCRW to perform tracks from his heralded 2020 album "Set My Heart On Fire Immediately," and also covers Leonard Cohen.

from Music Special Programming

Seattle-based solo artist Mike Hadreas has been making music as Perfume Genius for almost a decade and his fourth album, No Shape, is his most fully realized yet.

Perfume Genius

Seattle-based solo artist Mike Hadreas has been making music as Perfume Genius for almost a decade and his fourth album, No Shape, is his most fully realized yet.

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