Daisy Dares You to headline Club NME on Friday (Apr 9)

Plus Infadels make their live return

Daisy Dares You to headline Club NME on Friday (Apr 9)
Daisy Dares You and Manna are set to take to the stage at Club NME KOKO in London on Friday (April 9).

The bands will be joined on the bill by DJ Mikey Four, while Brainlove Records will also take their turn on the decks.

Daisy Coburn, the 16 year-old who performs as Daisy Dares You, releases her second single 'Rosie' on May 17 and told NME.COM she is looking forward to previewing the song live.

“I can't wait to play KOKO, I love the venue and have seen some of my favourite bands down there, the atmosphere is always incredible," she said. "I've never played there before so I'm really intrigued to see how it will be to play off the crowds energy, it will hopefully be an adrenaline filled sweaty gig."

She added: "Performing live is the most important part of this project for me and the band, we've flipped the record on it's head as I've always found it interesting when bands change it up live for the benefit of the audience, see you there.”

Next week (April 16) Little Fish and Bleech will play at the London club night in Camden’s KOKO.

Meanwhile, Infadels are making their live return with a new album produced by Alex Metric at Club NME KOKO on April 23.

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

For information and the latest ticket news head to KOKO.uk.com.

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