Glasvegas join Dirty Pretty Things live in London

Watch footage of James Allan singing with Carl Barat and co

Glasvegas join Dirty Pretty Things live in London
Glasvegas' James Allan joined Dirty Pretty Things live on stage last night (July 1) at Shoreditch House in London.

The singer sung and played guitar during the last song of a gig Carl Barat and co. were playing for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Allan joined the band as they performed 'B.U.R.M.A.' from Dirty Pretty Things' 2006 debut album, 'Waterloo To Anywhere'.

Watch video footage of the collaboration by clicking on the video below.

The gig was a one-off performance at the members' club to raise awareness and money for the charity.

Following a support slot from Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, Dirty Pretty Things played a set including 'Plastic Hearts', 'Deadwood', 'Bang Bang, You're Dead' and the aforementioned B.U.R.M.A.'.

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