Placebo announce one-off London show for 2012 – ticket details

Brian Molko and co will perform as part of the 2012 Sundance Film and Music Festival

Placebo announce one-off London show for 2012 – ticket details

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Placebo have announced a one-off London show for spring next year.

The trio, who have recently said that they will be recording the follow-up to their sixth album 'Battle For The Sun' during the coming months, will play London's o2 Indigo on April 28.

The band are playing the show as part of the 2012 Sundance Film and Music Festival, which takes place from 26 – 29 April at the O2.

Placebo frontman Brian Molko said of the band's reasons for playing the show: "As a band, we follow our own philosophy of making the music we want to make, putting faith in our songs and records. The Sundance Film Festival has been championing similarly like-minded people for over 30 years and encouraging them to put faith in their own talent".

Placebo released a live DVD, which was titled 'We Come In Pieces, earlier this year. The DVD was shot at O2 Academy Brixton in September 2010. You can watch a clip from the DVD by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

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