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Ladyhawke, New Young Pony Club and Bombay Bicycle Club are playing a free gig this Wednesday (August 26).

Fans can attend the show at the Relentless Garage in London by signing up to the free guest list while spaces are available.

To get into the gig simply head to Skindiv.com/gig/katem3/ and join "Kate's winning guestlist".

The show is being staged as part of Cancer Research UK’s 'Skindividual' campaign, which is raising awareness of skin cancer caused by over exposure to the sun among young people.

Fan Kate McGill won the initial competition to have the show staged in her honour, but with more room available at the venue NME.COM users have been invited to sign up and attend the gig too.

Head to Skindividual.co.uk for more information.

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