April 21, 2012 17:45
Missing Andy to play Club NME at London's Koko in June
Support slot to be filled by Proxies
Missing Andy are lined up to headline Club NME in London this June (June 15).
The mod-influenced Essex group, who released their debut LP 'Generation Silenced' in October last year and have scored two Top 40 singles with their 2010 releases 'The Way We're Made (Made In England)' and 'Sing For The Deaf' , will top the bill at London's KOKO on June 15.
The support slot, meanwhile, will come from alternative Yorkshire rockers Proxies, who released their debut single 'If I Had A Penny To My Name' featuring Sean Smith in March.
This June's bash has been arranged by Club NME and the independent music festival Redfest, which takes place in at Robins Cook Farm in Redhill, Surrey from June 20 – 22. In addition to Missing Andy and Proxies, the line-up boasts the likes of Modestep, Young Guns and Deaf Havana – for more information, visit the official site redfest.co.uk.
Keep checking KOKO.uk.com to find out who will be playing the next Club NME night.
For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme, and for information and the latest ticket news head to KOKO.uk.com.
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