May 4, 2011 11:33

Fitz And The Tantrums to play Club NME KOKO this Friday (May 6)

Born Blonde are also scheduled to perform

Fitz And The Tantrums to play Club NME KOKO this Friday (May 6)
Fitz And The Tantrums are lined up to headline Club NME KOKO in London this Friday (May 6), with a support slot from Born Blonde.

The Los Angeles-based soul-indie pop act's frontman Fitz said fans should expect "some new songs, maybe a cover or two. Who knows where the night will take us?"

To see who else will be performing at Club NME in the next few weeks, visit KOKO.uk.com. The next Club NME, featuring The Sounds, will be held on Friday (May 13), while Pony Pony Run Run will be performing on May 20.

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme, plus check out a photo gallery from last week's Club NME featuring Ice Black Birds and Dimbley And Capper at NME.COM/photos.

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