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Singer will appear at Chats Palace on August 4

Perfume Genius to play one-off London gig next week

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Perfume Genius has announced a one-off London gig to take place next week.

The US-based singer-songwriter, real name Mike Hadreas, will perform at Chats Palace on August 4. Ticket details for the gig can be found below. The headline show will follow Perfume Genius' appearance at London's Visions Festival on Saturday (August 2). Stage times for the festival can be found here.

Perfume Genius releases his third album, 'Too Bright', on September 22. Hadreas has worked with producer Adrian Utley of Portishead on the album with John Parish featuring on a number of tracks. Describing the sound of the album, Hadreas says itm showcases "an underlying rage that has slowly been growing since 10 and has just begun to bubble up."

Perfume Genius will perform a number of live dates in the UK before the end of the year, including a longer run of gigs in November.

He will play:

London Visions Festival (August 2)
London Chats Palace (4)
End Of The Road Festival, Salisbury (30)
Glasgow Centre For Contemporary Arts (September 1)
Manchester Band On The Wall (2)
Ramsgate Music Hall (3)
Edinburgh Caves (November 23)
Leeds The Wardrobe (24)
Birmingham Oobleck (25)
Brighton The Haunt (26)
London Islington Assembly Hall (27)

To check the availability of Perfume Genius tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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