Jet, The View and Klaxons join Electric Proms line up

..And more bands get added to the bill

Jet, The View and Klaxons join Electric Proms line up
Jet, The View and this week's NME cover stars Klaxons have been added to the Barfly leg of the Electric Proms line up.

Jet and The View will play the London festival on October 26, while The Klaxons will play on October 25.

Other bands added to the line up include The Young Knives, who play on October 25, and Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly and Scott Matthews, who play on October 27.

Larrikin Love and The Pigeon Detectives play on October 28.

The final date of the Barfly leg of the Proms, on October 29, will see new bands showcased at The Next Stage project.

As previously reported, the Roundhouse leg of the Electric Proms will feature Damon Albarn’s The Good, The Bad And The Queen playing on October 26, among others. See for more information.

Tickets for the Barfly leg of The Electric Proms shows cost £5. For ticket availability go to NME.COM/gigs.

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