The band will be joined by Kurran And The Wolfnotes

Animal Kingdom are set play live at Club NME At KOKO in London on this Friday (March 19).

The band will be joined on the bill by Kurran And The Wolfnotes.

Speaking about the gig, Animal Kingdom frontman Richard Sauberlich told NME.COM that the band were going to be previewing some new material.

“For the show we’re going to be playing a bunch of tracks off the album ‘Signs And Wonders’ and also a couple of new little experiments,” he explained. “We’re all well up for it. KOKO‘s definitely one of our favourite venues in London and Camden is always a right laugh. Last time Geoff, our drummer, got taken home in an ambulance with a hole in his face. I think he’s hoping for a fire truck this time!”

Next week (March 26) sees Fun and Sleigh Bells take to the stage at the venue, while the Easter Ball on April 2 features The Whip and Killaflaw.

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme plus check out a special photo gallary featuring bands, including Pulled Apart By Horses, and fans at last week’s event.

For information and the latest ticket news head to KOKO.uk.com.