The Danish act are set for Camden gig

Veto are scheduled to headline Club NME KOKO in London tonight (June 3).

The Danish five-piece are eager to perform for UK audiences, following the unexpectedly warm welcome they received last time they were here.

“We’ve never been touring that much in the UK, but we played the Dot To Dot Festival and a show in London and we were blown away by the reception we got,” frontman Troels Abrahamsen told NME.COM ahead of the show.

“We’re not pessimists, but we weren’t expecting a welcome like the one we had here in Britain. That’s why we are very much looking forward to playing at KOKO. If it’ll be just half the fun as the other UK shows we’ve played recently, we’ll be more than happy.”

To see who else is lined up to perform at Club NME in the next few weeks, visit KOKO.uk.com. The next Club NME, featuring The Chakras, will be held on June 10, while Flash Fiktion will be performing on June 17.

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme, plus check out a photo gallery from last week’s Club NME featuring Marina Gasolina and DOM at NME.COM/photos.

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