July 13, 2011 11:31

Friendly Fires to curate Paris club night tonight (July 13)

'Pala' trio bring LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy and Mount Kimbie to French capital

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Friendly Fires are to set to curate their own club night in Paris this evening.

The St. Albans trio, who released their second album 'Pala' earlier this year, will host the night at the Parc Floral in the French capital.

Amongst the other acts on the bill are Mount Kimbie, Superpitcher and a DJ set from LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy. Friendly Fires themselves will headline the night with a live set.

As well as tonight, the band recently announced their largest UK tour to date. The trek, which is booked for November, takes in a host of large venues, including two nights at London's O2 Academy Brixton on 25-26 November.

The band are in the middle of a busy summer of festivals, and still have slots to play at Reading And Leeds Festivals, as well as a number of European festivals.

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