Tim Wheeler and Emmy The Great to play Club NME Christmas party

The duo will play This Is Christmas at London's KOKO on December 13

Tim Wheeler and Emmy The Great to play Club NME Christmas party

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Tim Wheeler and Emmy The Great are set to play Club NME's This Is Christmas party at London's KOKO on December 13.

The duo will be playing tracks from their festive album 'This Is Christmas' as well as a host of seasonal cover versions. Doors for the event are at 9.30pm and you can buy tickets online by clicking here.

Emmy The Great and Ash frontman Wheeler released their joint album in 2011. Speaking about the album, Wheeler said: "I'm a sucker for all kinds of Christmas songs from carols to Nat King Cole to ’70's glam rock classics and ’80's guilty pleasures, and it felt like a good time to contribute something new to the genre."

The album, which Wheeler and Emmy The Great began recording after they were stranded in Sussex after missing several scheduled flights due to heavy snowfall, features 'Mrs Christmas', 'Home For The Holidays' and 'Sleigh Me'. Scroll down to watch the video for 'Home For The Holidays'.

To check the availability of Tim Wheeler tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765

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