Noah And The Whale's Charlie Fink: 'Playing the Roundhouse was a turning point for us'

The singer shares his highlight of 2011

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Noah And The Whale's Charlie Fink has told NME that playing London's Roundhouse venue was "sort of a turning point" for the band.

While speaking about his highlight of 2011, Fink told NME:
We played the Roundhouse in London on my birthday [May 16], and that was quite special. It was sort of a turning point for us; we could feel the reaction from the crowd responding to the third album. And there was cake after the gig, too.

Noah And The Whale recently announced that they will be playing 11 shows in March and April next year, concluding with a concert on April 16 at London Royal Albert Hall.

Fink also said that he would 'be up for writing new James Bond theme' if asked.

To read the full interview with Noah And The Whale's Charlie Fink, as well as festive chats with the likes of John Lydon, Azealia Banks and Frank Turner, pick up this week's special Christmas issue of NME, which is on UK newsstands and available digitally now.

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