Diiv to host free London show on Sunday (November 18)

Band will play the Old Blue Last the day after their support slot for The Vaccines at Alexandra Palace

Diiv to host free London show on Sunday (November 18)

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DIIV are set to play a last-minute, free show at London's Old Blue Last this Sunday (November 18).

The Brooklyn rockers will take to the stage at 10pm, with support from Egyptian Hip Hop's Aldous RH at 9pm. Tickets are free but entry will be on a first come, first served basis.

Diiv are currently supporting The Vaccines on their UK tour, and will be the warm-up for The Vaccines biggest ever headline slot at London's Alexandra Palace on Saturday (November 17).

Diiv will play:

Plymouth, Plymouth Pavillions (support for The Vaccines) (tonight, November 15)
London, Alexandra Palace (support for The Vaccines) (17)
London, Old Blue Last (18)
Leicester, De Montfort Hall (support for The Vaccines) (19)
Manchester, Deaf Institute (20)
Manchester, The Apollo (support for The Vaccines) (21)
Liverpool, Liverpool University (support for The Vaccines) (22)
Doncaster, Doncaster Dome (support for The Vaccines) (23)
Glasgow, 02 Academy (support for The Vaccines) (25)
Glasgow, 02 Academy (support for The Vaccines) (26)
Newcastle, 02 Academy (support for The Vaccines) (27)
Birmingham, 02 Academy (support for The Vaccines) (29)
Bournemouth, 02 Academy (support for The Vaccines) (30)


Read NME's verdict on Diiv's debut album 'Oshin' here.

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