Friends Electric to play Club NME in London this Friday (July 15)

The foursome will be headlining the Camden clubnight

Friends Electric to play Club NME in London this Friday (July 15)
Friends Electric are set to headline Club NME KOKO in London this Friday (July 15), fresh from their support slot with Blondie at Somerset House on Wednesday (13).

"We're in the midst of playing loads of awesome festivals [including Latitude and V], so we're excited to bring that vibe with us to Club NME," bassist Matthew Fry told NME ahead of the show. "We've wanted to play KOKO for a really long time because it's legendary. We're looking forward to playing the songs that have been getting great crowd reactions over the summer so far."

If you can't make it this weekend, then take a look at for future listings. The next Club NME, featuring Young Rebel Set, will be held on July 22, while The Violet May will be performing on July 29.

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme, plus check out a photo gallery from last week's Club NME featuring Kreayshawn, [ME] and Transfer at NME.COM/photos.

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