July 1, 2013 18:26

AlunaGeorge play secret London gig to 100 fans

The duo also hint at collaboration with Diplo on Facebook post

AlunaGeorge play secret London gig to 100 fans

Photo: Press

Alunageorge played an intimate, secret gig in London earlier today (July 1), Gigwise reports.

The duo performed a three-song set at Brick Lane's Truman Brewery as part of the Vevo Go Show series of pop-up gigs. With only 100 people in the audience, Aluna Francis and George Reid performed stripped back, acoustic versions of some of their songs including recent single 'Attracting Flies'.

The pair have also reportedly hinted that a collaboration with Diplo may be in the works. Posting a photo of Francis and the producer on their official Facebook page, they wrote: "Back to london for a quick curry and an accordion jam sess with Diplo... bringing glasto home![sic]" You can see the photo by clicking here.

AlunaGeorge also played at Glastonbury this weekend, where Francis performed recent number one hit 'White Noise' with Dizzee Rascal and original collaborators Disclosure on the first day of the festival (June 28). Back with Reid, they treated a packed tent on the Sonic stage to songs from their debut album 'Body Music', which is due for release on July 29.

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