October 6, 2011 13:42
Lonsdale Boys Club to play Club NME at London's KOKO this Friday
Born Blonde are also on the bill
Ahead of the show, singer Charlie Weaver told NME.COM that he's excited to be playing in the band's hometown of London again.
He said: "We're absolutely buzzing about playing KOKO for NME on Friday! After playing a bunch of shows out of London it's gonna be great to get back on the home turf with all of our people around us and have a blinder."
I've wanted play the venue ever since I found this rare bootleg of The Rolling Stones playing a Bo Diddley cover of a track called 'Cops And Robbers'. The version was taken from a gig The Stones played at the same venue in 1963, when it was called The Camden Theatre. So I guess this is a bit of a spiritual home for me, and we're gonna make sure we do the place justice with our show.
Next Friday (October 14), Life In Film and Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr will be performing at the Camden clubnight, while Various Cruelties will be headlining the following Friday (October 21).
For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme, plus check out a photo gallery from last week's Club NME featuring LCMDF at NME.COM/photos.
For information and the latest ticket news head to KOKO.uk.com.
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