Joana And The Wolf set to play Club NME KOKO on Friday

Secret Circuits also lined up to perform

Joana And The Wolf set to play Club NME KOKO on Friday
Joana And The Wolf and Secret Circuits are set to play live at Club NME KOKO in London on August 20.

Meanwhile, it has been announced that Jamaica and Ocelot are lined up to perform on September 3.

Joana And The Wolf told NME.COM: "We've never played at KOKO before so we are really excited to try the new stage. The fact that it is an NME clubnight fills our veins with a proper dose of adrenaline.

"I hope it's going to be a good crowd, a forest of lifted-up arms. I like disco beats and storytelling, so I'll tell a few while you dance."

Next week (August 27) Mirrors and Cruel Black Dove will take to the stage at the London clubnight in Camden's KOKO.

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme, plus check out a photo gallery featuring bands including Beatbullyz and fans at Club NME at KOKO.

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

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