Little Dragon announce one-off London date and tease new music

Swedish band set to release new album in Spring

Little Dragon have announced a one-off London show and teased fans with new music.

The Swedish act have not released any new music since 2011 when they put out their last album 'Ritual Union'. However, today saw 30 seconds of new song 'Nabuma Rubberband' appear online. The song can be streamed above, now.

Little Dragon have signed to Because Music (Justice, Metronomy, Django Django, Major Lazer) for their fourth album, which is due for release later this spring. In the meantime, a handful of European shows have been announced, including a date at London's Village Underground on February 27. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday January 31. Scroll down for ticket details.

The Little Dragon European dates are as follows:

Amsterdam Trouw (February 20)
Hamburg Moondoo (22)
Berlin Heimathafen (24)
London Village Underground (27)
Stockholm Debaser Ballroom (March 3)
Paris La Maroquinerie (5)


To check the availability of Little Dragon tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.



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