Kings Of Convenience man's new project head to the UK in February

The Whitest Boy Alive, the new musical project from King’s Of Convenience man Erland Øye, are to play a London show in the new year.

The band will perform at the Camden Electric Ballroom venue on February 7.

The Norweigan band have proved to be a buzz band of recent months. Their debut UK gig, at London’s Hoxton Bar And Kitchen venue last month, saw large amounts of fans queueing outside the venue, with many unable to get inside to see the show.

The band also release their debut single, ‘Dreams’, today (November 26).

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