Mystery Jets' Kai Fish set to headline Strummerville Winter Sessions

Bassist will head up the event in London later this month

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Mystery Jets' bassist Kai Fish has been announced as the headliner of the Strummerville Winter Sessions later this month.

The event will take place in London on November 26 at the Big Top, with Breadstealers, Gaz Brookfield, Huw Olesker, The Hysterical Injury, Leon Fender Walker, She Makes War, The Promenade and The $how also on the bill.

To find out more information about the event and to purchase tickets, visit Strummerville.com.

Kai Fish released his debut solo album 'Life In Monochrome' on September 26 through Music For Wolves. It apparently resulted from a period of transition in Fish's life, which saw the break-up a six-year relationship and the beginning of a new one, which quickly led to marriage.

You can watch the video for Kai Fish's track 'Cobalt Cheeks' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The line-up for Strummerville Winter Sessions is as follows:

Kai Fish And The Light
Breadstealers
Gaz Brookfield
Huw Olesker
The Hysterical Injury
Leon Fender Walker
She Makes War
The Promenade
The $how

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Video: Kai Fish - 'Cobalt Cheeks'

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