Hailing from Paris, this chic outfit are pitching up in London to get things electro-swinging. The seven-strong troupe will be playing funky, brassy tunes from their first two records and their cryptically-named latest LP, ‘’ (aka ‘Robot Face’), which dropped in October 2015.
The iconic folk singer with the super-pure soprano plays a headline show in one of London’s loveliest venues. Don’t be surprised if you get chills.
The Sheffield metalcore band play one of their biggest headline gigs yet – in support of this year’s fourth album ‘So What?’. Support from hardcore punk acts Every Time I Die and Vein make this a tasty triple bill for noise lovers.
Their latest album ‘We Are Not Your Kind’ recently knocked Ed sheeran off the top of the albums chart. Now the mask-loving metal band are celebrating with a UK arena tour culminating in a massive show at The O2. Rock on, indeed.
Never resting on her laurels, Madonna’s latest tour sees her eschew huge arena shows in favour of a 15-night stand at the relatively intimate London Palladium. Expect her setlist to draw heavily from 2019's well received ‘Madame X’ album, her most ambitious – and best – set in 13 years.
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