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Karen O to play two London gigs in October

Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer will perform solo sets at Bush Hall

Karen O to play two London gigs in October

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Karen O will play two gigs at London's Bush Hall in October.

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer will perform at the Shepherds Bush venue on October 4 and 5 in support of her debut solo record, 'Crush Songs'. Tickets are on sale at 9am on Friday, August 15. Scroll down for ticket details.

'Crush Songs' is released on September 8 via Julian Casablancas' Cult Records. The album was recorded between 2006 and 2007 and is described as a "collection of lo-fi, bedroom recordings.". Scroll down for a full tracklisting.

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The 'Crush Songs' tracklist is:

'Ooo'
'Rapt'
'Visits'
'Beast'
'Comes The Night'
'NYC Baby'
'Other Side'
'So Far'
'Day Go By'
'Body'
'King'
'Indian Summer'
'Sunset Sun'
'Native Korean Rock'
'Singalong'


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