MGMT promise to return to London soon after wrapping up UK tour

Band set for final sold-out Brixton show of three-night run

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MGMT have promised to return to London soon after finishing their UK tour at the O2 Academy Brixton tonight (October 1).

The band are set to play the third show in a three-night sold-out run at the venue, wrapping up their UK trip – but have assured fans that they are planning their return.

"We're really excited to have completely sold out three nights at Brixton," they told NME. "The last two shows have been awesome and we can't wait to play our last one tonight."

They added: "It's been a great experience and we're already looking forward to coming back here. Thanks to all the fans who've made it special."

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