Niki And The Dove cancel tonight's (May 16) London show

Swedish pop duo have moved their gig as singer Mahlin Dahlstrom is ill

Niki And The Dove cancel tonight's (May 16) London show

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Niki And The Dove have been forced to postpone their show at London's XOYO tonight (May 16).

The Swedish pop duo, who released their debut album 'Instinct' on Monday (May 14), were due to play the intimate show tonight, but have now moved it to May 28.

The reason for the postponement is that singer Malin Dahlstrom is feeling unwell and has been advised by her doctor not to perform tonight. All tickets for tonight's show will remain valid for the new date.

'Instinct' is the full-length follow-up to last years' 'The Drummer' EP and features 12 tracks in all, including the singles 'The Fox', 'Tomorrow' and 'DJ, Ease My Mind'. You can watch the video for 'Tomorrow' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

Speaking to NME about the record, keyboardist Gustaf Karlöf compared it to Star Wars, in that it's built around "dark and light".

"There's a duality there – it's all quite big and grandiose, but one side is about the belief in the power of nature, and the other is more romantic," he explained.

To check the availability of Niki & The Dove tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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