Milk Music announce intimate London show for NME and Sexbeat - ticket details

The gig takes place next Monday (May 21)

Milk Music announce intimate London show for NME and Sexbeat - ticket details

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Milk Music have announced details of a London headline show to take place next Monday (May 21).

The much-hyped US newcomers, whose song 'Beyond Living' made it into NME's Top 20 Tracks Of 2011, despite the band not having a record deal, will play at Stoke Newington's intimate The Others venue, with special guests for the gig to be announced in due course.

Milk Music made their UK debut at last week's Great Escape festival, playing a host of tracks from their forthcoming album alongside older fan-favourites.

The Stoke Newington gig, which is being put on by NME Radar and London promoters Sexbeat, will be the band's second headline show in the capital, following their debut in Dalston last night. See for more information about the forthcoming gig.

You can listen to 'Beyond Living' below, and read more about the band at NME.COM's Radar section.

To check the availability of Milk Music tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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