March 10, 2011 10:00

Neon Hitch play Club NME at London's KOKO this Friday (Mar 11)

Joana & The Wolf are also on the bill

Neon Hitch play Club NME at London's KOKO this Friday (Mar 11)
Neon Hitch and Joana And The Wolf are lined up to play at London's Club NME KOKO this Friday (March 11).

Ahead of the show, Neon Hitch told NME that she'll be bringing out "a few old circus tricks" for the show.

"I'm super excited about playing the party at KOKO," she said. "It's definitely going to be a wild time for everyone. I'll be performing my single 'Get Over U', my cover of 'What Starry Eyes Know' and all the new secret as-yet-unheard crazy club party bangers that will leave you moist in your panties. Plus... a surprise ending!"

Next Friday (18) Bleech and Spycatcher will be performing at the London clubnight, while The Good Natured will be headlining the following Friday (25).

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme, plus check out a photo gallery from last week's Club NME featuring The Agitator and Bones at NME.COM/photos.

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