COOPERS POSTPONE NME SHOW

And they're replaced by The Soundtrack Of Our Lives...

Cooper Temple Clause have been forced to postpone their NME AWARDS SHOW at the LONDON ASTORIA on February 6.

Unfortunately bassist Didz is still too unwell to perform.

As previously reported on NME.COM, Didz was hospitalised before Christmas to have his appendix taken out, but he took a turn for the worse, and remained in hospital right through the festive period. His recovery is taking longer than expected and it is essential he takes time out to rest.

The Cooper Temple Clause will be replaced by Soundtrack Of Our Lives at the gig, and the rest of the bill will remain unchanged.

The Cooper Temple Clause will play a rescheduled show for NME readers on April 29. Fans who have bought tickets and want a refund can do so from the point of purchase, or they can re-book for the Soundtrack Of Our Lives show. Fans also have a third option of transferring their booking to the new Coopers show.

For tickets to the Soundtrack Of Our Lives show, [url=]click here or

call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.

For the full exclusive story on Didz, see next week’s NME, dated January 25. b