Bang Bang Eche set to play Club NME KOKO on Friday (Aug 13)

Polka Party are also on the bill

Bang Bang Eche set to play Club NME KOKO on Friday (Aug 13)
Bang Bang Eche and Polka Party are set to play live at Club NME KOKO in London on August 13.

Zach Doney from Bang Bang Eche told NME that the band are "so excited" to be going back to play in London again.

“Man, last time we were in London all of yesteryear's football stars and the guy from 'Green Wing' came to see us," he joked, "so I am harbouring high hopes for our reappearance.”

Next week (August 20) Joana And The Wolf and Secret Circuits will take to the stage at the London club night in Camden's KOKO.

Meanwhile, Mirrors and Cruel Black Dove are lined up to play on August 27.

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme plus check out a photo gallery featuring bands including Outside Royalty, and fans at Club NME at KOKO.

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