Neon Neon and The Magic Numbers team up in London

Gruff Rhys and Boom Bip invite indie stars on stage

Neon Neon and The Magic Numbers team up in London
Neon Neon were joined by Romeo Stoddart and Angela Gannon of The Magic Numbers last night (March 20) for their live performance in Room Two of the Fabric nightclub in London.

The band, featuring the main songwriting duo of Super Furry AnimalsGruff Rhys and American solo artist/producer Boom Bip, included Cate Le Bon playing various instruments, and saw London solo artist Akira The Don come onstage to provide vocals for ’Sweat Shop’.

The band played songs from their new album ’Stainless Style’, including ’I Lust U’ and ’Belfast’, with the aforementioned members of The Magic Numbers providing vocals for set closer ’Stainless Style’.

Neon Neon played:

'Neon Theme'
'Dream Cars'
'I Told Her On Alderaan'
'Sweat Shop'
'Stainless Style'

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